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How safe is a safety deposit box?

3 Mar 2015 by

Colman Coyle has been instructed to pursue a well known high street bank on behalf of an individual client following the bank’s loss of a safety deposit box containing high value jewellery. The dispute involves significant analysis of expert evidence relating to the value of the jewellery. The parties are currently engaged in pre-action discussions ... more>

Professional Negligence: Don’t Settle For Less

3 Mar 2015 by

Colman Coyle has successfully settled a professional negligence claim on behalf of an individual Claimant whose original personal injury claim had been under settled by her solicitors. The Claimant has originally engaged solicitors in respect of a personal injury claim following a road traffic accident. The Claimant’s solicitors had made a Part 36 offer to ... more>

Court fees to rise on 9th March 2015

3 Mar 2015 by

Earlier this year the Government unveiled its proposal to increase Court fees across England and Wales. Subject to these proposals gaining the necessary approval these fees are due to come into force next Monday, 9th March 2015 and are likely to affect the ways parties approach litigation, at least in the short term. Under the current ... more>

Compensation limits to go up on 6th April 2015

1 Mar 2015 by

We are fast approaching that time of year when compensation limits go up!! As of 6 April 2015, a week’s pay will be increased from £464 to £475 and the compensatory award from £76,574 to £78,335.

Extension of the temporary exemption of insolvency litigation from the 2012 LASPO Act

27 Feb 2015 by

The MOJ has announced an extension of the temporary exemption of insolvency litigation from the 2012 LASPO Act. Insolvency practitioners will now be able to continue with the current funding regime for the foreseeable future. The Government will consider the appropriate way forward later in the year.

Kuwaiti Property Investment Update

19 Feb 2015 by

  Colman Coyle’s recent visit to Kuwait City to attend the EXPO International Property Exhibition, provided a great opportunity to meet Kuwaiti Property Investors. Kuwait City itself is under development, with numerous ongoing projects that will see the City’s buildings and population expand at a steady rate.  Whilst many of the Investors that we met ... more>

Managing Restructure, Redundancy and Change, Wednesday 18th February, London

9 Feb 2015 by

Wednesday 18th February, 3.00 - 5.00pm The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PL THIS EVENT IS NOW OVER. Please email to be notified of the  repeat of this event planned for March 2015   Restructuring, redundancies and other change management programmes have become increasingly common. This seminar will consider some critical employment law & ... more>

Colman Coyle attend International Property Conference in Kuwait, 9th February 2015

9 Feb 2015 by

Partner Neil Curbison and Senior Associate Taf Ali are attending the International Property conference in Kuwait City in conjunction with Colman Coyle’s Kuwaiti based property clients. We aim to continue to strengthen the understanding of our clients and of potential investors in their UK property investment endeavours.

Colman Coyle to co-host ‘Growing your Business Effectively’ Event, 24th February 2015

23 Jan 2015 by

Colman Coyle is co-hosting an event on how SMEs can  grow their businesses effectively with Business consultancy, TBFG and IT consultancy, Pink Chalk.  The complimentary networking event will give SMEs the opportunity to discuss the legal, IT and business development concerns they are facing as they grow. To register and for more information on the ... more>

Growing your Business Effectively, 24th February 2015, E. London

22 Jan 2015 by

24th February 2015, 5.30-8.00 pm Waterfront Studios 1 Dock Road London E16 1AH Register Below Colman Coyle, Pink Chalk  and Training Business For Growth invite  you to a complimentary networking event for SMEs. Short presentations will be given on: How to keep costs down and your systems up Protecting your business from expensive employee litigation ... more>