CONTRACTS AND SERVICE AGREEMENTS
Most working relationships start in good faith, with both sides working towards a common goal. However as working relationships develop, misunderstandings can unfortunately occur. Problems often arise when there is a dispute about what was initially agreed upon, or if something goes wrong.
The resulting dispute is not only unproductive, but can place undue strain on working relationships and the ultimate success of your business.
Whatever the size of your company it’s important that your contracts and service agreements are kept up-to-date, detailing the various obligations of everyone involved and protecting your business in the event of a dispute.
Our employment lawyers will work with you to ensure you have the right contracts and service agreements in place, supporting both you and your business goals.
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How Loch Law can help
Loch Law can review any existing employment agreements, ensuring that they are rigorous enough to safeguard your interests and intellectual property, comply with data protection legislation and accurately reflect your relationship.
We can also create bespoke clauses that ensure your contractor relationships don’t put your business at risk, while minimising the risk of claims against you.
From reviewing existing contracts to drafting bespoke documentation and clauses, Loch Law can ensure your company enjoys the protection of expertly-written contracts and service agreements – making you fully prepared for every eventuality.
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The expertise of Loch Law made me feel in very safe hands. Caroline was thorough at explaining the legal situation, giving clear advice and was committed to getting me a fair outcome.
I cannot recommend Joe Milner at the Tunbridge Wells office highly enough. He was extremely helpful and reassuring, and settled my claim quickly and efficiently. What a delightful chap to do business with.
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Thank you so much for your work; it is greatly appreciated. I can’t wait to get this situation resolved! Thank you again. We would be lost without you.
Pam and her team are always on hand to expertly advise us on any employment law issues we have. The speed of their service levels combined with high-quality advice always exceeds our expectations and as a result, we have been a satisfied client of the firm for over 7 years. I would not hesitate to recommend Loch Law to any business.
The expertise of Loch Law made me feel in very safe hands. Caroline was thorough in explaining the legal situation, giving clear advice and was committed to getting me a fair outcome
The speed of their service levels combined with high quality advice always exceeds our expectations and as a result we have been a satisfied client of the firm for over 7 years. I would not hesitate to recommend Loch Law to any business.
We have been incredibly thankful for having your support over the last few years and our clients have been very impressed with the help they have received from Pam Loch and the rest of the team. We cannot praise you highly enough.
It goes without saying my contacting you at the outset & getting your great advice gave me confidence through this upsetting episode.
IR35, HMRC and the gig economy
Getting worker status wrong could expose your business to fines and penalties, and you could be vulnerable to disruptive disputes if contracts and agreements are not clearly defined. You are also at risk of back payment of benefits and penalties if a workers’ status is later successfully challenged.