Our Housing team are delighted following a formal tender procurement process to have been appointed to three lots under the new multi-million-pound legal services framework for The Riverside Group.
Our experienced commercial-dispute solicitors provide support and advice to social business organisations on all aspects of resolving commercial disputes.
We work in partnership with social businesses to advise and support them through the process of resolving commercial disputes. We understand that commercial disputes can be disruptive and expensive, which is why we work towards reaching a workable outcome that is cost effective and causes the least amount of disruption to your organisation.
Our extensive experience and knowledge of working with values-driven businesses within the social-business sector enables us to find the best possible solution when commercial disputes arise. Whether you are a co-operative, mutual, community-led enterprise, social enterprise or public-sector spin-out we can work with you to resolve your commercial disputes and safeguard your organisation against the risk of future disputes.
Our resolving commercial disputes service
Our experienced team of commercial-dispute solicitors work in partnership with social-business organisations to provide support for a full range of commercial disputes, including:
- Contract and commercial.
- Construction, repairs and maintenance.
- Commercial-property disputes.
- Disputes between an organisation and its tenants/customers.
- Insolvency and bankruptcy.
- IT and intellectual property.
- Defamation and reputational damage.
- Debt recovery.
- Employment disputes.
- Governance disputes.
- Professional negligence.
- Defending or bringing challenges to decisions of public bodies by judicial review.
At Anthony Collins Solicitors, we are committed to working with you to reach workable outcomes and find solutions that safeguard your organisation's interests. We understand that dispute resolution can take many different forms and our advice is tailored to each client and your unique set of circumstances.
Where possible we will work with you to reach resolution through mediation, our specialist mediation team have many years of experience of using mediation to resolve commercial disputes and one of our partners, Andrew Lancaster, is an experienced mediator, accredited by CEDR.
In addition to resolving commercial disputes our team will work with you to reduce the risk of future disputes arising and can provide training to clients on dispute avoidance and management techniques.
Part of the dispute resolution team.
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Many of us who have been following the unfolding Inquest, are not surprised that the Coroner found gross and significant failures on the part of those caring for him.
Transferring out of SHPS will not be suitable for every housing association. So what should housing associations do?
In all the action to remove defective cladding, leaseholders have been the elephant in the room. Whilst social landlords might have adopted a wait and see approach private landlords do not have that luxury.
We welcome the Labour Party’s commitment to doubling the size of the co-operative economy. We wholeheartedly support the ambition to grow this vitally important part of the economy.
It was first referred to in the Charities Act 2006 (which was subsequently replaced by the Charities Act 2011) but it has finally been announced that charitable companies are able to convert to a charitable incorporated organisation (“CIO”).
The Private Members Bill Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation and Liability for Housing Standards) Bill 2017-19 now has Government support and was debated at second reading on Friday 19 January 2018.
In short - yes. This is a common question in personal injury or clinical negligence claims and has recently come before the High Court in judicial review proceedings.
GDPR The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will come into force on 25 May 2018 and bring changes to the rules governing data protection and the requirements placed on organisations which control or process personal data.
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