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February 7, 2018

Do you have a claim you want to pursue? Have you suffered loss through someone’s negligence or breach of contract? Are you owed a debt? You may wish to issue court proceedings to resolve this issue. However, there are preliminary steps that you should address first. And the principle step is a letter of claim. The Civil Procedure Rules and Pre Actio...

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The Gig Economy | The Pros and Cons of Taking on a Self-Employed Contractor

November 23, 2017

The rapid rise of temporary work arrangements, or the ‘gig economy’, offering flexible work is coming under increasing attack, as the Employment Appeal Tribunal recently confirmed that Uber drivers were workers, and not self-employed. So, what are the advantages to a business of engaging someone on a self-employed basis? They provide a busine...

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The Power of the Business Contract and What to Do When it is Breached

April 25, 2017

At LawBite we’re on a mission to ensure that our clients are aware and educated in the best ways to resolve issues before they become a BIG problem.

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My client is refusing to pay my invoice. What can I do?

January 16, 2017

Unfortunately, in the world of business we all come across this situation at some point (hopefully not too often) and it’s useful to know how you can usually resolve matters sensibly before resorting to litigation and debt-collection agencies.

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Top tips for tackling a breach of contract with a letter before action

June 14, 2016

Depending on the facts and circumstances of the individual case, it is usually acceptable to ask the party in breach to remedy the breach within a reasonable time frame.

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