About Philip Landau and Landau Zeffertt Weir Solicitors
Philip Landau is known nationally as a specialist and experienced employment lawyer acting for senior executives and employees both in the City and throughout the UK. He has thousands of satisfied clients in all industry sectors, and will deal with your settlement agreement personally, often with no cost to you.
Philip has appeared on BBC TV, ITV and local and national radio numerous times as an employment law expert. He has also been quoted many times in national newspapers, and writes articles on leading websites including The Guardian for whom he is their employment law expert.
He has further been interviewed many times by foreign media, and has appeared on international radio stations in respect of UK employment law matters. Philip also provides employment law advice to members of The Institute of Leadership and Management which is the UK’S largest management body, and has been invited to speak at numerous employment law conferences.
Where there is no existing offer of a settlement agreement from your employer, every effort is made to persuade your employer to settle via the settlement agreement route, and without the issue of proceedings. If you already have an existing offer from your employer which you are not happy with, then every effort will be made to increase this. If on the other hand it is necessary to issue proceedings, a constant attempt will still be made to resolve the dispute with your employer at the same time as moving your case forward.
Philip and his employment law team have a high success rate in securing settlements, with significant skills built up by only dealing with this type of work for more than 15 years- and in most industry sectors. It is not normally necessary to see you as long as you are accessible by phone and email.
Landau Zeffertt Weir Solicitors are based in London Bridge and are a thriving and go-ahead law firm. A ‘no win- no fee‘ funding agreement is possible where you wish to negotiate an increased sum from your where you have an existing offer, or where you wish to bring a new claim. Full details can be provided.