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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Uber taxi app 'competing unfairly'
The Uber taxi app is "competing unfairly" with London's black cabs, senior Labour MP Margaret Hodge says.
BA owner IAG moves into profit
British Airways owner IAG moves into profit for the first half of 2014 after an improved performance by its Iberia airline business.
Firms count cost of Russia sanctions
Around Europe, companies of all shapes and sizes are assessing the impact of the sanctions imposed by the EU this week following America's lead.
'Purple pound should attract firms'
Smarter businesses could reduce the extra living costs faced by disabled people, the head of a new commission says.
Leaseholders 'should get' new rights
Millions of leaseholders who are unhappy with their property managers should be given new rights, an official inquiry is suggesting.
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The son of a private investigator linked to a GlaxoSmithKline corruption investigation in China has been allowed to visit his father.
Switching broadband is 'too costly'
Tens of thousands of broadband customers in the UK are having to pay "costly" charges to change supplier, Citizens Advice warns.
Russia bans Polish fruit and veg
Russia imposes a sweeping ban on imports of fruit and vegetables from Poland, as EU sanctions on Russia over Ukraine start to bite.
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Travel experts advise passengers to pack essential items in their hand luggage after baggage reclaim delays at Gatwick Airport.
RBS concerns over Scots independence
Royal Bank of Scotland reiterates that Scottish independence could have a "material adverse effect" on its business.
UK manufacturing recovery slows
The UK's manufacturing sector continued to expand strongly in July, but the pace of growth slowed, a survey suggests.
WTO fails to seal global trade deal
The World Trade Organization says its 160 members have failed to agree a global customs pact drawn up in meetings in Bali last December.
Iliad shares drop after T-Mobile bid
Shares in French start-up mobile company Iliad see a fall of 13%, their biggest drop in eight years, after the firm made a bid for T-Mobile US.
China manufacturing growth speeds up
China's factory activity grows at its fastest pace in more than two year in July, the latest in a series of signs that the country's economy may be stabilising.
Bank backtracks on burlesque ban
A circus group which was denied a Santander business bank account because its showgirl and burlesque acts posed a "moral problem" has now been offered the account.
Apology over Turtles '9/11 poster'
Paramount Pictures apologises over a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles poster featuring the characters jumping from an exploding skyscraper alongside the release date of 11 September.
Warm weather hits British Gas profit
British Gas and owner Centrica report a sharp drop in profits for the first half of the year due to warmer weather.
House price growth moderates in July
The growth in house prices is starting to moderate, according to the UK's biggest building society, the Nationwide.
Lloyds profits hit by PPI charges
Profit at Lloyds Banking Group falls after it is hit by PPI mis-selling charges and a Libor rate-rigging settlement.

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