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It's really quite simple. We believe in plain talking and taking a pragmatic, commercial approach to cases; placing the needs and interests of clients above our own and acting with integrity and honesty.
We are not your typical law firm. We follow no preset notion of what a law firm should look like, operate like or act like. We put a lot of effort into ensuring that we provide the highest quality service to our clients in an environment that is professionally and personally rewarding.
Our work encompasses the whole ambit of legal issues that arise within the shipping, transport, insurance and renewable energy sectors. We also assist clients with general, non-contentious commercial and corporate support.
With experienced and specialist lawyers we can deal with every kind of shipping problem our clients are likely to face.
We regulalry advise clients on all types of transport related issues, both domestic and international.
We provide a specialist and integrated legal service to the renewables sector on a wide range of issues.
Encompassing the whole supply chain we provide transactional and contentious advice on all aspects of international trade.
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The recent Judgement of Mr Justice Edis in the case of Hayden v Maidstone sets out some clear guidance on when “expert” counter-surveillance evidence will be useful and permitted. The principles set out in that case have recently been followed in the county court, making it a good time for a recap on the Judgement.
As of 6 April 2016, all private limited companies are under a new legal duty to create and maintain a new statutory register which identifies persons who exercise significant control or influence over the company, the "Register of People with Significant Control".
The recent High Court case of MA Lloyds & Sons Ltd (in administration) v PCC International Ltd (trading as Professional Powercraft)  EWHC 2162 (QB) warns of the court’s power to order that a legal representative should pay the wasted costs of proceedings.