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Experienced, strategic and smart

We have a huge amount of experience in helping directors and other senior employees to resolve their employment law issues.

We will deploy our expertise to negotiate the right result for you.

 “I was immediately impressed by Torque Law’s ability to quickly and intelligently grasp the circumstances of my situation. Timely, clear and concise advice followed. Highly knowledgeable and very responsive, I have continued to use Torque Law’s services and am very happy to recommend them.”
Sir Anthony Ullmann, Senior Executive

We help senior executives in each of the following ways:

On entry

We will give an informed view on whether the terms of your contract of employment/service agreement are reasonable and identify any potential gaps or omissions in the overall package being offered. We’ll give you a clear steer on the likely enforceability of any restrictive covenants and advise you on your duties and responsibilities. Whether you’re a seasoned executive or stepping up into an executive role, we’ll be on hand to ensure you start your new role on the right footing.

On exit

When it comes to negotiating your exit, it is important that you choose the right adviser; not just someone to sign off your Settlement Agreement but someone to guide you through the negotiation process and secure the best outcome for you. We fit the bill because we’re experts at dealing with complex director arrangements, including pension and share option arrangements.  We will devise creative solutions to best achieve your aims – whether that’s to get the best financial package or set you up for your next career move.

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We know that employment law disputes occasionally can’t be avoided and by taking early advice you can be put in the strongest possible position.  We regularly act for senior executives in contractual, bonus and covenant disputes at pre-action stage and will also act as your representative in any relevant Employment Tribunal or Court process.

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