In the second part of our series on contract management pitfalls, we look at the risks and opportunities presented by payment mechanisms in construction contracts.
We will always be open and transparent with you about the fees before we start working with you and keep you updated as we progress. If you aren’t too sure about what you need to do or want to talk through your options, please contact us.
Our regulator, the SRA, requires every law firm to publish information about some of their services for comparison with other law firms.
The services that we provide which are covered by the SRA’s transparency rules are:
For members of the public:
- Probate – uncontested cases with all assets in the UK
- Employment tribunals – Claims for unfair or wrongful dismissal
- Debt recovery – up to £100,000
- Employment tribunals – defending claims of unfair or wrongful dismissal
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This website contains information about the other services that we provide.
Please contact us if you want to know more.
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