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No Win No Fee Employment Law Experts

0800 Dismissed – Employment Equity Ltd acts for employees in a number of ways. Our employment law advocates offer specialist employment law advice just like an employment lawyer. The initial phone consultation with one of our employment law consultants is free and we have a NO WIN NO FEE policy. This means we give you unbiased advice to see if you have a case or not to help you make the right decision.

Services Offered by our No Win No Fee Employment Advocates

Personal Grievances

Personal grievances are legal claims against a former or current employer when you believe you have been dealt with unfairly or in an illegal manner. This could include:

  • Disciplinary / Competency Hearings
  • Redundancy / Restructure and Retrenchment
  • Employment and Contractual Negotiations
  • Workplace Sexual Harassment
  • Employment Harassment
  • Personal Grievance
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Wage and Holiday / Leave matters


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Think you have a case for any of the above matters?

Additional Labour Law Services

  • Employment Agreement Advice: we can advise you on Employment contracts, with clauses to suit you.
  • Disciplinary Meetings: you have a right to representation. We can advise you of your rights prior to the meeting and also attend the meeting with you.
  • Advice on Redundancy negotiations.
  • Legal employment advice concerning bullying, intimidation, workplace harassment and discrimination matters.
  • Mediation and resolution of workplace disputes.
  • Advice on Restraint of Trade clauses.

What makes our No Win No Fee service different?

  • Our unfair dismissal No Win No Fee and constructive dismissal No Win No Fee services mean that, when you choose us to represent you, no fee will be paid until a monetary settlement is secured.
  • Under a typical No Win No Fee or contingent-fee agreement, the “contingency” is usually the recovery of money, or something of value, for the client. If that contingency does not occur, the client owes the attorney nothing for his effort.
  • The obvious benefit to the client is that he or she does not have to incur an out-of-pocket expense for the attorneys’ fees. This may be particularly valuable to a client who does not have the ability or desire to pay an attorney by the hour to advance the client’s case.
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The “No Win No Fee” Arrangement

The contingent-fee, agreement benefits the client by effectively spreading the risk of litigation. An hourly-rate payment agreement requires the client to assume all of the risks because the advocates’ fees are a sunk cost. But under a contingent-fee arrangement, the advocate shares that risk and is only paid a fee if he wins the case or obtains a settlement.

The Texas Supreme Court recently described the benefits of contingent-fee agreements when it wrote:

“This risk-sharing feature creates an incentive for lawyers to work diligently and obtain the best results possible. A closely related benefit is the contingent fee’s tendency to reduce frivolous litigation by discouraging attorneys from presenting claims that have negative value or otherwise lack merit.”

Finally, the contingent-fee agreement has an implicit benefit for the client. The arrangement ensures that the advocate believes in the client’s case and will do the work necessary to obtain a positive result. Faith in the case and the desire to fight for the client may not always be present when advocates are guaranteed payment – without regard to the success or outcome of the case.

A client who retains an advocate through a contingent-fee arrangement, therefore, receives the advocate’s implicit belief that the case has merit.

Some information is drawn from an article posted by Mike Myers.

Wondering if you have a case for Unfair Dismissal? Call Employment Equity Ltd, your Employment Law Specialists TODAY on 0800 347 647

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