Bakes for Life: Lovetts event for Cancer Research

Lovetts this week held a bake sale event to help raise money for Cancer Research UK, ahead of the firm’s participation in the Race for Life later this month. A total of £175 was raised through the bake sale alone, along with an influx of online donations around the event.

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Lovetts competes in the Woking FC Cardinal Gold Cup

Last week Lovetts fielded a team in the Cardinal Gold Cup, which was held at the Laithwaite Community Stadium, the club’s official ground. The 5-aside football festival was extremely well attended, and the entry fees provided by each team will be put towards next season’s playing budget.

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Lovetts featured in James Caan’s Your Business Magazine

 

Lovetts Solicitors has been featured in Your Business magazine. The James Caan-backed publication provides insights and practical advice on all aspects of running a business from accountancy to law and social media and marketing.

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Lovetts Solicitors appear at the Business Show on 16th and 17th May in London

Lovetts Solicitors exhibited at The Business Show held at the London Excel centre on 16th and 17th May 2018.

It is the largest business show in Europe hosted by many growing businesses in the  UK .  The show provides a great opportunity  for businesses of all sizes to network with over 25,000 aspiring, developing and expanding companies. It provides the opportunity to sell your products and services to these highly targeted visitors on a face to face basis. 

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Lovetts Solicitors star in ITN production ‘Credit Champions’ in collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM)

Debt recovery specialist Lovetts Solicitors have recently been featured in a new ITN productions programme titled ‘Credit Champions’.  The film was commissioned in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM)and was introduced by national newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky. The programme promoting excellence in credit management and raising awareness of its vital role within the business community was unveiled at the recent Credit Summit event.

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Lovetts Solicitors Named UK Debt Recovery Law Firm of the Year

Lawyer Monthly, a corporate law based publication which boasts a broad global readership, has announced Lovetts Solicitors as the UK Debt Recovery Law Firm of the Year. This prestigious award is presented to a firm that has provided an outstanding service to their clients in the previous twelve months, not only through expertise and response to changing demand, but also with a dedication to innovate the sector they are in.

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How Does the Recent UK Interest Rate Rise Impact Late Payment Law?

On 2nd November 2017, the Bank of England increased the base rate of interest from 0.25% to 0.5%. This is the first time that interest rates have been increased in more than a decade.

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Lovetts Protects Clients with Leading Cyber Security Accreditation

In July this year one of the best-known credit monitoring companies in the UK, Equifax, admitted that well over half a million UK consumers had their personal information compromised in a cyber-attack.

Sadly, this kind of thing is not uncommon, and as our reliance on technology grows the threat of such attacks will only increase, according to the National Cybersecurity Centre.

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Lovetts Rated Highly By Law Society For Excellence In Legal Practice Management And Client Care

At Lovetts we've been awarded the Law Society's top accolade of Lexcel Accreditation for our personal and business debt collection services.

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Civil Court Structure Review - Final Report

In February 2016, A Civil Courts Structure Review – Interim Report was published by Lord Justice Briggs which proposed an Online Court and effectively raising the small claims threshold to £25,000. The proposal was potentially the biggest shake-up of the Court system in almost 20 years. 

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Court Fees For Enforcement And Official Receiver Deposits Set To Rise

The Ministry of Justice have confirmed that following a debate in the House of Lords on 20th July 2016 and the swearing in of the new Lord Chancellor, Elizabeth Truss, there will be an increase to some Court fees from 25th July 2016 following the approval of the Civil Proceedings, First-tier Tribunal, Upper Tribunaland Employment TribunalsFees(Amendment) Order 2016.

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International Debt Collection: NHS Incentive To Chase Health Tourists

We've all read negative headlines about how so-called health tourism accounts for 2% of the National Health Service budget. But what if Trusts could get up to 150% of what they spend on overseas visitors back?… Well, that's exactly what can now happen thanks to changes in the law. Just take a look at this:

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