Supporting you with specialist employment advice regarding your
senior executives and directors.


Senior executives and directors face different, and often more complex challenges than other company personnel. 

When joining a company, it is particularly important to ensure your contract of employment or directors service agreement covers everything you have been promised and does not contain restrictive covenants that could hinder any subsequent career moves.

At some stage, you may be involved in a boardroom dispute, which can become a highly charged and complicated situation. 

In all of these situations, the advice of an experienced employment lawyer is invaluable. Our experts regularly provide senior executives and directors with pragmatic advice and effective representation. We understand and work to time pressures, so you can trust us to think and act quickly, whilst paying close attention to detail.

Whether you want our employment lawyers to check through your contract of employment or directors service agreement, or advise you on whether a restrictive covenant is enforceable or try and help you reach a resolution to a boardroom dispute, you can depend on our expertise and professionalism.

To speak to one of our experts, call 0113 418 2055 or request a call back at a time convenient for you. You can also drop us an email at

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