Dispute Resolution

  • Businesses may need to send someone to court for a variety of reasons; from recovering an unpaid debt or contractual overpayment, to defending a personal injury claim or tax action...

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  • When the New York Times announced in February 2022 that they had bought the popular free to play word game Wordle for a seven-figure sum, there were a few raised...

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  • In a recent Eastern Daily Press article, it was discovered that with an increase in people staying inside, there has been an increase in nuisance claims, more specifically, noise complaints....

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  • It is not uncommon for commercial landlords and tenants to disagree about the extent to which repair, redecoration and reinstatement obligations have been complied with when a lease comes to...

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  • When a Landlord grants a tenancy to more than one individual, the tenants will be joint tenants. In those circumstances, there will only one contract between the Landlord and the...

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  • The Small Claims Track

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    If you have a straightforward claim, with a financial value of less than £10,000, it is very likely that your claim will be allocated to the small claims track, which...

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  • Terminating a Contract

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    Quite often solicitors are complimented for ‘having a way with words’ and the importance of using the correct words is the topic of this Article. All contracts, whether for a...

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  • Risky Business

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    In an effort to put a stop to abuse of its Bounce Back Loan Scheme, the Government is currently considering a Bill which will assist the investigation of attempts by...

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  • Disclosure is a key element of a litigious dispute and failing to comply with the Civil Procedure Rules can create quite the headache. This Article will focus on explaining the...

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  • The Lugano Connection

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    What is the Lugano Convention and why does it matter to a post-Brexit United Kingdom? Background The Lugano Convention is an important instrument used in cross-border disputes (both civil and...

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  • A concern for many landlords and tenants alike is the possibility of another pandemic. This case tested whether the courts would be willing to impose pandemic protection terms. Following the...

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  • The new rules on witness statements came into force on 6 April 2021. The Civil Procedure Rules Committee has established a new set of rules about how to prepare trial...

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