Get ready to rumble

Everyone wants construction projects to go as smoothly as possible. But things don’t always go to plan and that can lead to debate, fall-outs, …

Breaking up is hard to do

Need to terminate a contract that’s not delivering? It’s a tricky situation, but dispute resolution lawyer James Pierce has some helpful advice.
Your organisation has …

5 tips for rolling contracts

Perpetual bliss or purgatory? Henry Mullen, dispute resolution lawyer at Muckle LLP, picks out the key pitfalls for businesses to avoid on rolling contracts.

How to agree contracts that pay off

Expert advice on avoiding common contractual pitfalls.

Update: New form for section 21 notice

There have been many changes to the possession procedure when relying upon a section 21 notice. From 1 June, a new form 6A must …

Top tips for recovering debts

Useful advice to help businesses recover payments.

Who signed this?

We explain how unauthorised signatures can be legally binding, costly and more common than you think.

What Brexit may mean for Dispute Resolution – Part 2

Following on from our first instalment of ‘What Brexit may mean for Dispute Resolution’, we now look to examine the impact that Brexit may …

A.I. revolutionising the legal sector

Artificial intelligence is set to revolutionise the legal profession, according to a recent report by Jomati Consultants, a leading strategic legal consultancy.

What Brexit may mean for Dispute Resolution – Part 1

In times of economic and commercial change, parties are often forced to (re)consider whether their contracts are still financially viable, whether they can fulfil …