We all need a lawyer to look after our personal affairs at some point in our lives. Shoosmiths Access Legal gives our private clients access to the law through friendly, approachable people who know that understanding individual need is the first step to making the law work.
Whether it’s helping to buy a new home, settling a legal dispute or claiming compensation for a life-changing accident or medical injury, the law protects what is important to us.
When Shoosmiths addresses such sensitive personal matters it brings to bear the same simple formula we use for our commercial clients: a can-do ethos, values that are much more than words on paper, and the agility to find the best way for each individual client. It is why since 1845 our clients have looked to us to handle the things that really matter in their personal lives.
Today we call our private client offering Shoosmiths Access Legal because that’s precisely what it does. It gives our private clients access to the law through friendly, approachable people who know that understanding individual need is the first step to making the law work. Our offering is backed by all the expertise and scale of Shoosmiths LLP and is delivered through the same nationwide network of offices, however, it has its own dedicated home on the internet where we can present the full range of all that we can do.
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Remedies for breach of contract: Scottish courts will enforce payment and performance, not just damages
If one party to a contract threatens not to perform their obligations, the innocent party has different options depending on whether they are able to raise court proceedings north or south of the border.
The rules surrounding the calculation of holiday pay are notoriously complex and have resulted in a number of claims before the Employment Tribunal.
Analysis from The Lawyer
Compliance and corporate governance codes for large financial institutions will undoubtedly include provisions to regulate high pay in the future
There’s more to the ABS model than attracting the man in the street and procuring external investment. Partners at the big corporate firms, take note…