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Consequences of withdrawing a Part 36 offer

A Part 36 offer is a formal offer which can be used to settle all or part of an action. The rules surrounding Part 36 offers are contained within the Civil Procedure Rules and the aim is to encourage parties to try and settle their disputes.

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Most common types of solicitor negligence

Mistakes by solicitors can have drastic consequences. If you have received bad advice from a solicitor, or your solicitor has failed to do something which has resulted in financial loss to you, you may have a negligence claim against them.

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Legal Guides

Guide to Reputation Management

Benjamin Franklin said that many, many years ago. It is now more true than ever but might be rephrased: only one bad review or social media post to lose it.

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How to write a letter of complaint

At some point, whether business or personal, most people are going to have to write a letter of complaint. This could be against your bank, your professional advisor or any company whose service of product has left you feeling frustrated and displeased

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Personal Insolvency Guide

Procedure for making an individual bankrupt. A statutory demand is a formal written demand for payment of a debt (in excess of £750) within 21 days. It must be issued in the correct form. There are prescribed forms on the Insolvency Service website.

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Capping medical negligence costs

This is beginning to feel like Groundhog Day: the government’s plan to consult on capping claimant medical negligence legal costs on ‘low’ value claims (less then £100,000) has provided yet another excuse for lawyer bashing.

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Will NICE guidelines end the cancer lottery?

After a recent survey revealed that Britain is lagging some way behind other countries with comparable health systems in terms of cancer survival rates, the promised NICE guidelines on cancer detection have finally been published.

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