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Marc Shaffer

Marc Shaffer, CEO at

Honestly I have to agree with Phil, however, Nicole brings up a great point.  Truth is there are many mitigating factors.  It is always a good idea to find a mediator who has direct experience in your specific issue.  And like every other service you may buy, make sure you check references ...  Continue Reading
Hatty Bell

, Community Manager at

Thanks Marc - can a migitation lawyer forecast this after a consultation?

Marc Shaffer

, CEO at

Within reason, yes.  IF they asked the right questions and got proper answers.

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Katherine Hawes

Katherine Hawes, Solicitor at

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This is a scenario that I go through with my clients all the time.
it is just as much a commercial decision as a legal one.
There are a number of factors to consider:

1. Your time and money - plus the emotional cost
2. Whether the other party has funds to pay a judgment
3. Strength if your case as opposed to the offer of settlement
 

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Katherine Hawes, Solicitor at

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Yes a well worded disclaimer clause that is clearly stated will be enforceable. There are a number of different types of disclaimers or exclusion clauses. One type you have identified is on the bottom of emails but they are also found in most consumer contracts such as gym agreements, mobile phone contracts ...  Continue Reading
Lisa Creffield

, Founder at

Thank you for your response! It was very insightful.