There have been a number of high profile reports of businesses sending misleading debt recovery letters, which suggest they have been sent by a firm of solicitors, when they haven’t. Ofgem has criticised a number of utility companies which have fallen into the...
In a survey of LLP accountants, they identified that solicitors wait an average of 3 months for payment of an invoice, although payment terms are likely to be a lot shorter than that. So whilst solicitors may stress the importance of terms and conditions and taking...
A few years ago, rules were changed to allow firms of solicitors to be owned by third parties and not just the partners. The legal market is evolving and alternatives to solicitors are becoming more common. In a further extension, Legal Executives are seeking to...
Barristers have for a number of years been able to take instructions directly from clients, provided they have taken the appropriate training. This is known as direct access. In a report by the Bar Council and Bar Standards Board, it is reported that one in five...
Cash flow problems are forcing some businesses to resort to using pay day loans to help short term. Traditional lenders such as banks have been criticised for not supporting small businesses during the recession. The government has tried to step in and made some funds...
There are proposals to modify the roles of Judges at trial. They may be encouraged to take greater control in civil trials in the future. In a recent speech by Lord Thomas, he said he wanted to reduce expenditure by the courts significantly. Part of this process would...
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