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SOLICITORS & CONSULTANTS - Sub-Contract

 

"... there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns -- the ones we don't know we don't know." [Donald Rumsfeld, June 2002]


As the practice of law becomes increasingly specialist, it's impossible to know the intricacies of every area.  The risk is that you don't necessarily know about those intricacies.  It can take time and resources to find the answer - time and resources that you don't have.  

Specialist advice can be expensive, and it's not always commercial to seek or provide it.

Taylor Law provides a solution to this conundrum.  We are a streamlined practice that specialises in dispute resolution.  We have available years' of experience in handling complex disputes.  We have particular experience in the resolution and avoidance of construction disputes.  

We are able to bring that specialist knowledge to help you, whether you are a consultant or a solicitor in a large or small firm, at rates which make it commercial for you to employ us.  By sub-contract, we can guide and assist you through the dispute process, offering strategic focus at key times.

We can also undertake discrete instructions, such as the framing or revisal of contract documents or standard terms, so that the risk of future dispute is reduced or managed.

By sub-contracting with us you don't need to worry about taking on low value work which requires specialist knowledge; or not knowing what you don't know.

Contact us to find out more.



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BSkyB pays £5bn to create Sky Europe
BSkyB wants to take over Rupert Murdoch's pay TV companies in Germany and Italy in a move that would create a company with 20 million European viewers.
Disabled face 'living costs penalty'
People with disabilities face a "premium" of £550 a month owing to extra transport, insurance and living costs, a charity has claimed, prompting a commission to be launched.
Russia's surprise interest rate rise
Russia's central bank has unexpectedly said it will raise its key bank interest rate over concerns about inflation and "geopolitical tension".
SFO in £3m settlement with Tchenguiz
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) agrees to a £3m settlement with the business tycoon Vincent Tchenguiz for his arrest in March 2011.
McDonald's halts nuggets sales in HK
Fast-food chain McDonald's suspends sale of chicken nuggets in Hong Kong over the out of date meat scandal at a Chinese supplier.
Coach firm collapse affects hundreds
A travel company goes into administration with the loss of 89 jobs and a knock-on effect on hundreds of customer bookings.
Amazon reports $126m quarterly loss
Amazon reports a loss of $126m in the second quarter and warns of slowing sales.
IMF lowers global growth forecast
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has lowered its forecast for global economic growth this year, from 3.7% to 3.4% but the UK's forecast is raised.
Obama urges action over tax scheme
US President Barack Obama urges lawmakers to end a tax loophole that allows US companies to avoid paying US corporate taxes.
GM profits hit by recall problems
Earnings at the US carmaker General Motors slump because of the cost of vehicle recalls.
Barclays challenges US fraud case
Barclays challenges legal action brought by US prosecutors alleging fraud in its "dark pool" trading operations.
SA to block land sales to foreigners
The South African government is fast-tracking a bill to block land sales to foreigners, which could come into effect in 2019.
Banks face tougher accounting rules
Newly published banking standards could mean banks have to hold significantly more funds to guard against potential loan losses.
Register 'fails to stop cold calls'
Only a third of "nuisance" calls are blocked by a service that allows individuals to opt-out of marketing calls, research has found.
Grouse off the shelves at M&S
Marks and Spencer says it will not be selling red grouse this year after concerns about the way in which the game birds are killed.
'Youngsters' pocket money squeezed'
The economic recovery in the UK has not been felt by youngsters who have seen their pocket money fall in the last year, a survey suggests.
'Act now' on tax credit renewal
Hundreds of thousands of people have a week to renew their tax credits or face losing the payments, HM Revenue and Customs says.
'Risk of debt peril' when rates rise
A "relatively benign" rise in interest rates still has the potential to double the number of households facing debt problems, a think tank has said.
Bigger payout for power cut victims
People whose power is cut off for long spells during bad weather will be eligible for much higher compensation payments.

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