Litigation

  • dementia friendly businesses

    Dementia-Friendly Businesses

    This week the National Trust is publicising their partnership with the Alzheimer’s  Society. They are embarking on a 3 year…

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  • Birmingham Mediation Advice Litigation

    Birmingham Mediation Advice Litigation

    Birmingham Mediation Advice Litigation Chris Guy, litigation solicitor at RLK, reviews mediation as an alternative to involving the Court in…

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  • edgbaston litigation solicitor

    New Guidance from the Legal Ombudsman on “Good Costs Service”

    Edgbaston Litigation Solicitor Ian Sheppard, of Rubric Lois King, Considers Updated Pricing Guidelines as Specified by the Legal Ombudsman In…

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  • birmingham litigation solicitors

    Private Landlords Face Stricter Eviction Rules

    Midlands Litigation Solicitors RLK ask “Is this the end of the Section 21 Notice?” Under new plans proposed by the…

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  • birmingham litigation solicitors, promissory estoppel

    Promissory Estoppel: Relying on a Promise Made…

    Ian Sheppard, of Birmingham Litigation solicitors Rubric Lois King, Considers the Doctrine of Promissory Estoppel. On occasion clients complain that…

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  • birmingham litigation experts

    Birmingham Litigation Experts Rubric Lois King Discuss How Effective Charging Orders are in Enforcing Judgments

    Birmingham litigation experts analyse an important debt settlement question;  “Is a charging order an effective method to secure debt against…

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  • initial disclosure changes in Birmingham

    Initial Disclosure – A Significant Change Facing Commercial Litigation Cases in Birmingham

    Chris Guy of Rubric Lois King, Solicitors in Birmingham, discusses significant changes affecting the disclosure of documents in commercial and…

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  • Birmingham Solicitors RLK Discuss Injunction Orders

    Chris Guy of Rubric Lois King, Solicitors in Birmingham, Shares his Knowledge on Interim Injunctions Here at Rubric Lois King,…

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