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Sale of goods & product liability


Pragmatic, early and effective advice is required to ensure that recall campaigns are carried out in appropriate cases and robust defences where appropriate.

We are experienced in product liability cases and claims relating to the sale and supply of goods and services. We can offer either one off or regular helpline services for our clients, providing same-day pragmatic advice on legal and commercial issues.


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  • 08 March 2022
  • Litigation and dispute resolution

Planned expansion of the Fixed Recoverable Costs scheme

One of the key upcoming changes set to affect dispute resolution in 2022 is the planned expansion to the fixed recoverable costs (FRC) regime.

  • 08 February 2022
  • Litigation and dispute resolution

What to expect for Dispute Resolution in 2022

The year ahead promises to be an interesting one for dispute resolution as the country continues to emerge from the worst of the Coronavirus pandemic. We outline some of the main changes to be aware of for the New Year.

  • 08 October 2021
  • Litigation and dispute resolution

Default interest rates: How much is too much?

It is commonplace for lenders to charge interest on late payments. This deters borrowers from delaying repayments and offers creditors increased incentive to lend to or deal with borrowers who represent higher risk of default.

  • 04 October 2021
  • Litigation and dispute resolution

New Partner announcement

Clarkslegal are delighted to announce the appointment of Emma Butcher as a Partner of the firm. Emma’s promotion recognises the high quality of service and client care she consistently delivers and her significant contribution to the practice.

  • 14 September 2021
  • Litigation and dispute resolution

Extension of moratorium on statutory demands for commercial landlords

The Government has announced a further extension (previously expiring on 30 September) to restrict commercial landlords from pursuing a tenant’s rent arrears through issuing statutory demands.

  • 26 November 2020
  • Litigation and dispute resolution

Service charges: challenging a landlord’s certificate

It is very common for a commercial lease to stipulate that the landlord’s certificate stating the total cost of services provided under the lease, and the service charge payable by the tenant towards those services, is conclusive and binding on the tenant in the absence of manifest error or fraud.

“We really appreciated the speed with which our matter was addressed, and with the immediate involvement of a specific subject matter expert. It is apparent that they foster a strong culture of team collaboration. The lead partner was compassionate and realistic, whilst giving us optimism. We always felt well advised.”

Legal 500 – Client