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Don’t Trust The Experts

How To Make A Professional Negligence Claim As business becomes more complex, decision-makers have come to rely heavily on professional advice. This has led to a spike in professional negligence claims over the past decade. And with thousands, if not […]


Carillion Collapse – How The Failure Of A Large Company Affects Other Businesses

Carillion Collapse – How The Failure Of A Large Company Affects Other Businesses

The collapse of the outsourcing giant, Carillion, is the second big business failure, following Monarch Airlines, which has impacted thousands of employees, customers, and suppliers in the last three months[1]. Latest estimates state around 30,000 businesses are owed around £1 […]


Adjudication and Construction Disputes

Large construction projects are rarely completed without the need to resolve one or more disputes, especially if the development has a cross-jurisdictional element.  Fortunately, most of these are minor and sorted out swiftly by a quick phone call or negotiation.  […]


Relief From Sanctions Post-Mitchell

The introduction of the Jackson Reforms in April 2013 caused the courts to be particularly mindful of effective and efficient case and cost management.  Hence, a robust approach has since been imposed to case management and compliance.  The courts can […]


What’s In A (Domain) Name?

What’s In A Domain Name?

Domain names are a considerable business asset in today’s digital world. Therefore, disputes can be costly, requiring expert legal advice and representation. If you are in any doubt as to the value of popular domain names, consider the following: In […]


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