The EAT considered that “the advice that the applicant might expect for this amount (or any other amount resembling it, if only approximately) would relate only to the terms and consequences of the proposed transaction and its impact on its ability to assert its rights thereafter” and that “any advice on the merits of the applicant`s right and the probable award of compensation, would be read and examined in a 2000.2% g of 1990. The EAT considered that the offer of £500 plus VAT – which the Labour Court had found “totally unrealistic to deliberate on the merits of a settlement”. Employers can make an agreement with an employee to settle potential claims if they are still working for the company, but in most cases, their employment will be over (or about to end). A compromise agreement – also known as a compromise agreement – is a contract between you and your employer that is used to settle labour law disputes. . . .