Business is ultimately about profit.  This principle forms the backbone of Taylor Law's Dispute Resolution and Avoidance service for Businesses...

Our busy schedules mean that we need our private lives to run smoothly.  This is our time to relax with family and friends.  We expect the best from our suppliers and service providers.   But this doesn't always happen.  When things go wrong Taylor Law are here to help...

SOLICITORS & CONSULTANTS

 

City firm or rural practice alike: running a successful business demands time.  Increasing client awareness means that the Jack of all Trades is a dying breed.  For the city firm the solution has been safety in numbers, but that can make handling lower value matters unprofitable.  For the rural practice the outsourcing to counsel or city firms of complex matters has been the solution.  However, that risks increased client costs.

Taylor Law can offer an alternative solution to the day-to-day demands that city and rural practices face.  

Because we are a streamlined practice, we are able to offer specialist assistance and knowledge at fee rates which are attractive to city and rural firms.

We can do so in a variety of ways:

•    Sub-Contract
•    Local Agency
•    Opinions

We can correspond directly with your client (keeping you informed throughout), or we can provide you with the documents and correspondence for issue with your branding.

And we can act for you whether you are a fellow solicitor, or a consultant in another field.

To discuss what we can do for you please 
contact us.



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December date for Autumn Statement
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UK construction growth surges
The construction sector expanded at its fastest pace for seven months in August, despite supply shortages holding back growth, a survey suggests.
Payday loan hardship cases 'up 42%'
The number of people struggling with payday loans has risen by 42% in the past year, according to the debt charity StepChange.
Detroit's bankruptcy battle begins
A hearing to convince a judge to approve Detroit's plan to restructure the city's debts has begun.
Halliburton agrees oil spill deal
US oilfield firm Halliburton says it has agreed a $1.1bn settlement to meet the majority of claims against it for its role in the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Swiss economy stalls as EU slows
Switzerland's economy failed to grow in the second quarter of the year, official figures show, with trade affected by stagnation in the rest of Europe.
Aston Martin appoints new chief
UK luxury carmaker Aston Martin hires senior Nissan executive Andy Palmer as its new chief executive.
Uber banned across Germany by court
A court says the UberPop service must stop transporting passengers in Germany, but the American company refuses to suspend work.
Premier League clubs' spending spree
Premier League clubs have been on a player buying spree, with spending at £835m, as the end of the transfer window passes.
PPI complaint levels remain high
Complaints about payment protection insurance (PPI) have fallen after last year's record, but remain at historically high levels, according to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS).
Dollar General raises bid for rival
Dollar General, the lead discount retailer in the United States, raises its bid for rival store Family Dollar to almost $9.1bn (£5.51bn).
More than 48,000 use Help to Buy
More than 48,000 homeowners have used the government's Help to Buy scheme since it started, figures show.
Water stress 'may curtail fracking'
Water shortages could hinder fracking for shale oil and gas in many parts of the world, the World Resources Institute says.
London Market Report
The pound falls after a poll for the Sun and the Times indicates a rise in support for the pro-Scottish independence "Yes" campaign.
Mining tax repealed by Australia
Australia scraps a controversial mining tax after the government strikes a deal with business tycoon Clive Palmer's political party.
Japan wage growth surges in July
Japanese wages unexpectedly log their strongest increase since 1997, which may provide a boost to consumer confidence and spending.
High-powered hairdryers under threat
High-powered hairdryers are on a list of household electrical items the EU is considering banning in an attempt to curb energy consumption.
DVLA prints cut out and keep tax disc
Drivers will have to cut out their own vehicle tax discs during the death throes of the paper system, because the DVLA has run out of perforated paper.
Consumer borrowing jumps in July
The amount of new money being borrowed by consumers soared to more than £1bn in July, according to the Bank of England.
Woodford sells HSBC over fine fears
One of the UK's most high-profile fund managers, Neil Woodford, says he decided to sell his holding in HSBC because he is worried about "fine inflation".

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