Area Dispute Resolution

No Win, No Fee Agreements

The need to seek damages always arises from difficult circumstances. No win, no fee agreements are a popular and well known funding solution. A no win, no fee agreement (known technically as a Conditional Fee Agreement) means that in the event that your…

Group Litigation Orders

Group litigation is yet another type of flexible funding which an individual may find advantageous when considering a claim. A Group Litigation Order (GLO) is useful when multiple parties have been affected by someone else’s conduct but are unable to…

Discrimination

Discrimination at work can take place in many forms.  Discrimination in the workplace is usually unlawful if the reason for the discrimination is one of the following 9 protected characteristics: Age. Disability. Gender Reassignment. Marriage and Civil Partnership. Pregnancy and…

Landlord and Tenant

The buy to let market remains very active, with many Landlord clients choosing to rent out property either as an alternative to selling due to prevailing market forces or as part of a planned investment portfolio. With property prices ever increasing there are…

Adjudication

Adjudication provides a quick and inexpensive solution to many disputes arising under a construction contract. It is designed to produce a remedy during the process of a construction project to avoid the problem of long court litigation, which many sub-contractors…

Age Discrimination

Age discrimination takes place when someone is discriminated against, victimised or harassed on the basis of their age group. An age group can be as specific as an individual or a more limited age group (e.g. ’27 year-olds’ or ‘people in their mid-forties’)…

Breaches of Covenant

Commercial leases impose obligations on both landlords and tenants, by way of landlord and tenant covenants.  If any covenants are breached by one party, then the other party may wish to take enforcement action against it to force compliance with…

Claims against Accountants

If you instruct an account, they should provide services to a reasonably competent standard. If this is not the case, you may be entitled to compensation. A claim may be made for a variety of reasons, including if an account…