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Posted by Karen Hallett

Start Up Express Event

Hindle Campbell Law will be attending a Start Up Express Event hosted by Tedco and The Business Factory. The event is an excellent opportunity for businesses to have round the table discussions with specialists covering topics such as business planning, finance, branding, social media and insurance.

Karen Hallett and Amir Assadi will be in attendance to provide delegates with information regarding the services we provide and, where possible to answer any queries they may have.

Venue: The Village Hotel, West Allotment, Newcastle upon Tyne NE27 0BY on Friday 8th September from 9am.


Posted by Clive Hindle

Signed Business Guarantees and Brexit

People who have signed guarantees for businesses (including limited companies) should consult us if they are in any jeopardy because a little known decision form the Court of Justice of the European Union means that, at least until Brexit has fully taken place, they are entitled to the protection of the consumer credit regulations. This imposes much greater obligations on banks and financial institutions than did the previous law.

Call one of our team of Commercial Solicitors on 0191 296 1777 for a no-obligation discussion of your problem.


Posted by Clive Hindle

North East law firms launch national mediation initiative

A group of seven North East law firms including Hindle Campbell are launching a national initiative designed to help separating couples who may otherwise struggle to pay for legal advice

Marc Lopatin, founder of Lawyer-Supported Mediation with representatives from the North East firms involved in the pilot

The national initiative designed to help separating couples who may otherwise struggle to pay for legal assistance. Lawyer-Supported Mediation combines fixed fee legal advice with family mediation, offering an affordable alternative. The service, founded by trained mediator Marc Lopatin, comes at a time when more and more people are representing themselves at court, following the withdrawal of Legal Aid for most family cases. Read more…