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How Does Your Legal Practice Stand Out from Others?

When you stop to think on it, how does your legal practice separate itself from competition? Doing so can set you up for many years of strong business. Not doing so can mean some tense times as you battle for clients. In trying to stand out from other law firms, are you winning the battle? Steps to Take to Win For your law firm to take steps to win, start by looking at how you are or are not marketing your services. Sure, many law... ❯❯❯

Steps to Follow If You Get Arrested

            Nobody wants to get arrested, but in case you do, first thing you must do is ask for a lawyer to represent you. It does not matter whether you are guilty of something or not, the most important thing for you to do is clearly say that you want a lawyer. Speaking without lawyer is not advisable, as anything you say may be used against you later in the procedure. Therefore,... ❯❯❯

Is Your Family Safe from Criminals?

Are you confident your immediate family is as safe as possible from criminals? In today’s world, criminals have more avenues to go after individuals and their families. As such, it is important you do all you can to lessen the odds your family will be next. From identity theft to someone breaking into your home, do everything to keep the bad people away. So, is your family safe from criminals? What Steps Do You Need to Take? ... ❯❯❯

Top Tips for Hiring a Legal Transcription Services Company

There is zero room for error when it comes to the quality of legal transcription. But, how do you know that the company you’re hiring is as good as their website makes them out to be. Well, apart from rolling the dice and hoping for the best, you need to take advantage of key questions, savvy research, and be ready to look elsewhere when you’re not wholly satisfied. Admittedly, hiring a legal transcription services company... ❯❯❯

Can Litigation Finance Help Unsecured Creditors to Boost Recoveries?

The biggest loss faced in the case where an individual or entity declare themselves as bankrupt is by unsecured credits. In the case of a bankruptcy, the obligation to repay unsecured loans is generally removed even after the conclusion of the bankruptcy period. However, there are certain exceptions as the borrower may be obligatory to pay certain unsecured loans. A major problem unsecured creditors have to deal with in case their... ❯❯❯

4 Things to Clarify Before Filing a Lemon Law Case

Prior to lemon law being established in the United States, buyers of defective vehicles (known as lemons) were essentially out of luck. Fortunately, nowadays, there are laws across the country designed to protect consumers and other drivers on the road from faulty vehicles. Buying or leasing a defective vehicle always seems like something that will never happen to you. If you find yourself in this sticky situation, there are surely a... ❯❯❯

Make Your Dreams Come True

Trying to make your dreams or the dreams of those close to you come true can be a challenge at times. With that in mind, are you willing to do all it takes to see those dreams become a reality? Work Hard to Get What You Want Whether getting a job, overcoming a health issue or even realizing the American dream, you can do it. For example, do you or loved ones want to make the U.S. your permanent home? If you do, you know the... ❯❯❯

Wrongful Death Law 101: Who Can File Lawsuits

              Wrongful death litigation is an attempt to provide justice to the families of those who lost a loved one due to a situation caused by negligence. When the behavior of a third party directly or indirectly caused the death of an individual this is the time when the lawsuit must be pursued. There are many facets to what constitutes wrongful death and what... ❯❯❯

How to Ensure Your Winding Up Petition Is Not Dismissed or Withdrawn

How to Ensure Your Winding Up Petition Is Not Dismissed or Withdrawn Some time ago, we presented a winding up petition to a company that owed one of our clients £50k. Upon receipt, the respondent company threatened to apply for a court injunction to restrain us from proceeding and dismiss the petition on the grounds the debt was disputed. The respondent company falsely alleged that £49k of the debt was disputed, but in accordance with section 123 of the Insolvency Act 1986, the petition... ❯❯❯

Technology in the Legal Sector

Technology in the Legal Sector It is safe to say that we are firmly into 2018 now, and the first month of this year has been filled with brand new technology that is set to change the way we live our day to day lives. Not only has it changed the way that we live our lives but it has changed many different sectors of business. As technology progresses at this pace, we should probably look at what this means for the legal sector. Firms all over the world are... ❯❯❯