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

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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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Apple's iphone sales boost earnings
Apple reports third-quarter earnings of $8.47bn (£5.24bn), beating analysts' expectations, helped by sales of its new iPhone models.
Bank to probe system failure
The Bank of England has launched an official probe after an automated system that transfers billions of pounds between banks was suspended for much of the day delaying house movers.
Housing 'plateau' as rates fall
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IBM pays $1.5bn to offload chip unit
IBM is paying $1.5bn to offload its loss-making chip manufacturing division to Abu Dhabi owned GlobalFoundries as it announces a 17% profits fall.
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UK growth 'to fall to 2.4% in 2015'
The UK economy will grow by 2.4% next year, well below the 3.1% growth expected this year, forecasting group EY Item Club says.
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The UK risks being "permanently divided" between rich and poor unless more is done to boost social mobility, says Alan Milburn, the government's anti-poverty tsar.
Equal parental pay for Civil Service
Male and female civil servants will be entitled to full parental pay from April 2015, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is to announce.
Citizens Advice to give pension help
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Russian rouble weakens on downgrade
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Germany 'must increase investment'
The German government must increase investment to improve competitiveness, says finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble.

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