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K J L Solicitors As a result of the latest Government guidelines, whilst we continue to operate on all of your matters, we are not seeing clients in the office, and clients are respectfully asked to communicate over email, telephone, and any video calling method of your choice. Our letterbox will continue to receive signed documents from you, but until the end of November we will not be receiving signed documents from you in person at the office.

We are sorry for the inconvenience but we wish to keep our staff and all of our clients safe during these unprecedented times. In light of government guidance on working practices, KJL Solicitors have adapted the way we run our office, in a measure to keep all of our staff and clients safe. These measure will not reduce your access to our experienced and qualified lawyers or our ability to deal professionally and timely on your matters.

The only difference is how we take your instructions and deliver advice and services on your behalf. We now operate a 'strictly by appointment only' policy at our Blofield office.

read more › KJL Solicitors was established in 2008 and has quickly become a reputable and widely recommended practice. The practice quickly expanded into larger commercial premises on the East side of Norwich. The team at KJL Solicitors are highly skilled City trained lawyers with years of business and corporate experience behind them. Kerry Joan-Law is a litigator, mediator, (CEDR accredited), business and employment specialist. A member of the Law Society, Civil Mediation Council, a Member of the Employment Lawyers Association.

read more › Our fees cover all of the work required to complete the sale or purchase of your property, including preparing the contract papers, assisting with enquiries, exchanging contracts and completion. The only time the fee will change is due to unforeseen circumstances, your instructions change or where a lot more work is required than previously envisaged. Our fees cover all of the work required to complete the purchase of your new property, including dealing with registration at the Land Registry and dealing with the payment of Stamp Duty Land Tax (Stamp Duty) if the property is in England.

read more › Employment: climbs the table, with clients praising Kerry Joan-Law's ' professionalism, commercial and local knowledge' and personal involvement in matters. Dispute Resolution and Commercial Litigation: Clients appreciate the 'professional approach and unquestionable knowledge' of Kerry Joan-Law who 'personally ensures that her clients' interests are protected'. And here are just a few more snippets from some of the testimonials gathered over the past years all originals can be inspected at our office.

read more › Experienced paralegal or legal secretary in the following fields; residential conveyancing, litigation, family, private client and employment. Candidate may be working towards career progression, legal qualifications, or just a finding a friendly focused firm where they can be part of a bigger support team and flourish. Attention to detail a must, good IT skills, ability to work empathetically with clients, and be able to work under pressure when needed. Legal qualifications would be useful but having experience working on live matters and people skills in general are more important.

read more › The amount of claims that end up across the desk from a commercial litigator because the investor, shareholder, director or company owner forgot to put in place the protection they would need one day. The law seeks to protect those with foresight but where it falls short is on how to protect those who didn't envisage an event or series of events that will stagnate a company's trading position or effectively deadlock the all important decision making functions of the business. For your business we advise, draft and provide solutions in all areas of commercial activity.

read more › We will take the time to discuss all your needs. We want to understand exactly what it is you intend to do by way of a business so we can apply our expertise on how best to protect you and your business once up and running. As strategic business solicitors as well as litigators we understand just about every pitfall a business may face and with that knowledge we can ensure you put in place protections to steer you on the right path when setting up. We will discuss the benefits and pitfalls of trading as a limited company, partnership or sole trader.

read more › Commercial disputes come in many forms, from breach of contract through to commercial debts. Breach of intellectual property rights through to Company fraud. Disputed terms in standard form contracts in construction cases, through to recovery of goods or delivery up of goods. We are highly specialised litigation experts who have litigated over an extensively wide range of commercial disputes. Our solicitors recognise the commercial needs of business and can advise on pragmatic methods of resolving disputes to ensure minimum disruption to the business operation in the most cost efficient way whilst achieving the desired result.

read more › KJL Solicitors provide legal advice, draft appropriate documentation and conduct litigation in relation to unfair competition matters. The regulatory framework of competition law at national and international level exists to prevent anti-competitive practices. We advise on all aspects of UK and EU competition law, cartels, monopolies, abuse of dominant position, and restrictive trade practices. Restraints of trade seek to protect the goodwill, trade secrets of a business as well as seeking to impose affecting post-termination restrictive covenants purchase in employment contracts, and restrictions on competition in contracts for the sale of businesses.

read more › Registering a company and trading with limited liabilities has advantages & disadvantages. The most obvious advantage following company formation is that the liability of the directors is usually limited. In the event of a company becoming insolvent the personal assets of the directors are generally protected. Exceptions to these principles are where the director has acted fraudulently, is in breach of his or her duty to act in the best interests of the company, where there has not been compliance with the infrastructure of the company's constitution or where there has been a breach of the Company Law Act.

read more › The Partnership Act 1890 which has basically remained unchanged to the present day sets out the structure of current partnership law. The Act will not cover many eventualities. If there is a dispute between Partners, in the absence of something expressed in writing determination of disputes will fall subject to the provisions of The Partnership Act 1890 which may be unsatisfactory in the circumstances. It is always up to those who allege the existence of a partnership, in the absence of a written agreement, to prove the legal relationship prior to the court determining the issues in dispute.

read more › Being a sole trader is the simplest way to get started in business. Once you have informed the government agencies of your intentions to set up as self employed, you can start trading right away (subject to any specific licences you or your business activity) might require in order to trade. As a sole trader you are personally responsible for all liabilities of the business should anything go wrong. It is worth spending time considering which company set-up format is best for you. Once you start trading as a sole trader you must register with HM Revenue & Customs as self employed even if you have already sent in a tax return.

read more › Having effective and relevant terms and conditions are crucial in order to protect your business and its services. Compliance with Health & Safety, The Housing Grants Act & limitations on 3rd party default as and where appropriate. If you have a question then please do not hesitate to contact us for advice at KJL Solicitors, Blofield Chambers, The Street, Blofield, Norwich, NR13 4AA. Based just outside Norwich within minutes of the A47 and with parking right outside our offices.

read more › We will assist you in providing trading terms for your business that impose interest provisions in default of payment or where payments are made late. We will limit your liability under contract where the law allows and we will discuss with you how best to trade within the parameters of legislation that may affect your particular business, sales or trading activity. We can assist you with the composition of your business set up by giving advice setting out where we think agreements should be in place or written contracts should be secured.

read more › KJL Solicitors teamed up with alternative dispute resolution, (ADR), experts to create a one stop centre for resolving civil and commercial disputes. Mediation is a fast and very cost-effective method of resolving your differences and diagreements. It is possibly the most widely chosen form of ADR used today. Current court rules require lawyers to consider the use of mediation before litigation and during any court proceedings. Going to court is normally more expensive, takes far longer and offers no guarantee of an outcome that satisfies the real needs or expectations of either party.

read more › We offer precise, clear effective advice on all aspects of employment law and its application. We advise upon and draft staff handbooks, disciplinary and grievance procedures, office manuals. We provide in house training to HR professionals, provide talks to businesses dealing with changes to the law. Talk to us about your needs or organisational requirements and we can tailor make Employment or Business Solutions to assist you. Whatever your employment needs, please do not hesitate to contact us for advice at KJL Solicitors, Blofield Chambers, The Street, Blofield, Norwich, NR13 4AA.

read more › Employees are far more aware of their rights and Employers are far more regularly finding themselves having to defend Tribunal Claims and Legal Proceedings. It should be noted that there are strict time limits in making an Employment Claim and if you are considering a claim we suggest you contact us as soon as possible to review whether you have a potentially viable claim. Often Employees just want to know where they stand in a current situation so they can assess their rights and any possible remedies they may have in order to move a potentially contentious situation forward.

read more › Raising a grievance can be a good way of resolving disputes. We have advised many potential claimants who have a right to bring a constructive dismissal claim how to instigate the grievance process. With proper process and an outline knowledge of their legal rights, many employee's have managed to negotiate better contract terms, reinstatement of their jobs and payment where unlawful deductions from wages have been made. In short, the basis of their dispute has been resolved and they continued to remain happily employed.

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