Philip is a partner and founder member of LZW, and has been qualified for more than 23 years. He is a specialist and experienced employment lawyer representing employees at all levels, including senior executives, both in the City and throughout the UK. He has a national reputation in employment law, and a high success rate with thousands of satisfied clients. This is based on skills built up over many years dealing with employers in all industry sectors.
Philip has been quoted in many newspapers and legal websites including ACAS. He has written numerous articles on leading websites, which include The Guardian for whom he writes regularly as their employment law expert. Philip has also appeared regularly on BBC TV, ITV, Sky News, and both national and local radio as an employment law expert. He has further been interviewed 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.
In addition, Philip has been invited to be guest speaker and panel member at employment law conferences, and has provided video podcasts to members of professional bodies in relation to their employment rights.
Philip advises on all areas of employment law including redundancies, bonus issues, unfair dismissal, performance improvement plans, appraisals, breach of contract, and discrimination. He also advises on settlement agreements (formally known as compromise agreements) and has successfully negotiated settlements with thousands of employers throughout the UK.
A no win-no fee basis of funding will be considered where appropriate and Philip is happy to provide a free initial consultation.
Having qualified as a solicitor in 1990, Philip is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association. He enjoys travel, architecture, tennis, and learning French.
Philip Landau on BBC London News
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