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Litigation

At LawTribe we are experienced enough to know that satisfied clients are our business. Without returning clients and client recommendations we would be very swiftly closing our doors. We also believe that as lawyers it is our responsibility to ensure JUSTICE.

 

In which categories of dispute do we act?

Take a look at our home page slide show which demonstrates what we do in an entertaining way.  We cover:

  • Public law which is that part of law which governs relationships between individuals and government, and those relationships between individuals which are of direct concern to society. It comprises constitutional law, administrative law, business regulation and tax law, criminal, child protection, extradition and Police law, as well as all procedural law.  Privacy and data protection are within this category as are issues arising from the response to terrorism. Judicial review of administrative decisions is a common remedy in public law matters.
  • Contractual disputes.
  • Business disputes including partnership, company and commercial law.
  • Information technology and intellectual property issues.
  • Property, auction and landlord & tenant disputes.
  • Employment and discrimination claims including issues arising out of industrial action.
  • Education law.
  • Professional negligence and the law relating to professional regulation and discipline.
  • Family law: divorce, co-habitation, children, disputes about family assets.

 

What to expect!

  • Expect to be treated as a customer living a busy life.
  • Don’t expect a Legal Aid service.
  • Expect to be treated sensitively and respectfully taking into account the impact of your dispute on you.
  • Expect not to be treated as a profit centre.
  • Expect to receive full clear information and advice about cost, risk and litigation funding options.
  • Expect early intervention in your dispute to avoid the stress and cost of lengthy litigation.
  • Expect a one-to-one relationship with an experienced lawyer.
  • Expect to be kept in the loop.
  • Expect straightforward honest advice.
  • Expect consideration of your case if necessary within our Access to Justice Programme.
  • Expect that we will act in your best interests.
  • Expect us to be innovative.
  • Expect us to act professionally.

 

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