Topical legal content articles for marketing dispute resolution
It can be hard to find the time to write marketing articles, when you are a dispute resolution lawyer and busy with litigation, mediation or other client meetings. But with a constant stream of case law emanating from the courts it is important to keep your business clients up to date.
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Previous legal topics
Examples of the commercial dispute resolution topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:
COVID-19 and illness compensation claims
- updates to the latest government guidance on safe working;
- documenting a risk assessment;
- what to do on receipt of a claim; and
- advice on how to proceed when there has been a fatality.
A debt recovery strategy during the COVID-19 crisis
- understanding standard terms of conditions of business;
- updating current credit control procedures;
- negotiating an alternative solution with debtors; and
- recovery of debts using an insolvency process or the courts.
Commercial contract disputes arising from COVID-19
- bringing a contract to an end;
- when a force majeure event is likely to be deemed to have arisen;
- relying on the law of frustration to end a contract; and
- negotiating a compromise to avoid a contract dispute.
Settling a dispute arising from a joint venture
- the importance of setting out a written agreement;
- persevering with the commercial relationship through mediation;
- taking legal action by issuing court proceedings; and
- how the structure of a joint venture with affect the dispute.
Resolving a commercial banking dispute
- the five main dispute resolution options;
- cases where a referral to the Financial Ombudsman Service is not permissible;
- disputes where you should seek legal advice immediately; and
- negotiation or mediation with a bank.
Common disputes between landlords and business tenants
- establishing a good relationship from the beginning;
- most common problem areas;
- escalating a dispute with legal advice; and
- action a landlord can take against a tenant.