Employment lawyers are seeing an uptick in work with the Supreme Court ruling that the increased tribunal fees were unlawful.
Disputes and disagreements are a fact of economic life. They are part of the business of owning or occupying property. With the shortage of homes creating a building boom all over the country and the rapid increase prices, property litigators are having a busy time.
Legal costs in litigation and other dispute resolution processes (such as arbitration) are often significant and can be the cause of real concern.
Contract law is at the core of the work solicitors do. Whatever your area of practice you will encounter contracts frequently.
The new SRA regulations on continuing professional development for solicitors have changed, and you will have to complete an annual declaration that you have undertaken enough learning and development to remain competent. This webinar, offered at a 20 per cent discount to Advocacy Section members, will give you an in-depth understanding of how to start planning now for continuing competence.
View this webinar and discover how to build a successful strategy to implement unbundled legal services, including assessing the benefits of unbundling, developing a marketing strategy to promote the advantages to clients and internally, and learn risk management techniques.