Dispute Resolution For Businesses Articles
Members of staff and business contacts have grouped together today to take part in a business-to-business inspired charity football tournament... read more
Read more about the increases in Court Fees expected this autumn 2021…
The pursual of a debt is something that may occur in various situations, whether you are doing so as an individual, or on behalf of a company. Read on to find out what debt recovery is, when you can use it, and how the process works.
ODR - the new face of online dispute resolution gathers pace this week following the publication of LawtechUK’s report on the feasibility of online dispute resolution tools...
Business Interruption Insurance and Covid-19 – nearly £800million has been paid out by insurers to UK businesses, we assess the latest information...
Following government consultation, the Commercial Evictions Moratorium is extended to 25 March 2022 and Insolvency Action Moratorium newly introduced – commercial tenants are advised to pay rent if they can...read the full article
Eviction of Tenants - the Government has made changes to domestic property eviction of tenants and relaxation of the pandemic eviction notice period
What are the new rules for evicting tenants? The Government has extended the evictions ban moratorium..
Dispute resolution and litigation specialist, Madhvi Panchal, asks if the December extension is a dead-end for landlords seeking to recoup commercial lease rental payments?
Parliament vs. the Judiciary - two recent cases and the review of 'Judicial Review'
Solicitor Madhvi Panchal joins the expanding Dispute Resolution Team
Coronavirus Help: Quick Top 10 Tips if you are facing personal or business financial debt worries and cannot honour contracts for bank lending, mortgage payments, travel, insurance, work, family, home and more...
The Legal Services Board and Law Society researched the perceptions and experiences of 28,633 people about their legal needs, there were some interesting findings.
A recently concluded case, Bates v Post Office Ltd, has brought into question the efficacy of the contracts between sub-postmasters and the Post Office, in terms of their implied duty of good faith in ‘relational’ contracts. In a landmark case which concluded in recent days, the High Court has ruled that sub-postmasters' contracts with the Post Office were "relational contracts", in which there was an implied obligation of good faith.