Dispute Resolution

Business Contract Disputes: Know When to Call a Lawyer

by Karla Somers July 29, 2012 Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Business contracts provide a form of private law by which various parties must abide. These contracts represent an understanding between two parties on the duties and responsibilities that they are to carry out. In a perfect world, business entities would respect contracts and fulfill their obligations. In the real business world, this does not happen. […]

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Managing the finances of a law firm: Donns collapsed owing £2.4m to Co-op Bank

by Ralli May 22, 2012 Banking and Finance Law

Managing the finances of a law firm, especially in the current climate, is very demanding – but of course I would say that. However, what went so wrong here? A well respected firm in a fine city, operating in a buoyant market too. And financed by that most prudent of banks, Co-op. The clue is […]

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