WHAT DO UNITY LEGAL SOLUTIONS DO?
UNITY is shaking up the market for the provision of legal services in the U.K, which for far too long has been an unchallenged monopoly, often failing to provide cost effective legal services, particularly in the fields of litigation, arbitration and corporate finance.
UNITY is transforming the legal services market by matching clients with the most appropriate and cost-effective providers of legal services and then project managing the relationship so as to achieve the best and most cost-effective outcome. There is no other business of this kind.
UNITY offers, in appropriate cases, the services of qualified mediators who will assist in the resolution of disputes at the earliest possible stage with the resulting reduction in legal cost.
UNITY is uniquely a “go to” hub for a truly objective assessment of the legal market generally and for an up-to-the-minute analysis of the particular legal issues facing a client.
WHO ARE UNITY LEGAL SOLUTIONS?
The UNITY team consists of experts who have provided legal services and users of those services, united by the common aim of offering an efficient and cost effective solution to users of legal services.
21st june 2020
UNITY is delighted to welcome Anthony Trace Q.C. as its new Head of Mediation.
UNITY is delighted to welcome Anthony Trace Q.C. as its new Head of Mediation. Anthony has a wealth of experience at the highest levels, having been called to the Bar in 1981 and being appointed a Q.C. in 1998. In the many years since then, Anthony has been involved in a very substantial number of mediations. He has received many Awards during his working life, the most recent being that he was voted “Mediator of the Year” in the Innovation & Excellence Awards 2019 and was voted “Mediator of the Year-England” in the Global Law Experts Awards 2020.
20th May 2020
UNITY LEGAL SOLUTIONS IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE ITS TIE UP WITH VIDEO LAW PRODUCTIONS. ROGER BILLINS SAID
The current pandemic has emphasised how important visual contact is in the process of keeping in touch with the wider community.
29th May 2018
"IT IS LIKELY THAT THE TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST HAVE BREACHED THEIR DUTY TO
ACT WITH REASONABLE SKILL AND CARE"
Unity Legal Solutions was horrified, at the time of the abandonment of the Garden Bridge project, that significant sums of public money had been wasted in what appeared to be a vanity project for Boris Johnson and others involved in the project.
29th May 2018
the unsavoury alliance between oligarchs and London's top lawyers
This was a headline in today's Obeserver (27/05/2018). The accompanying article written by Nick Cohen was a strong attack on the retainer by unsavoury Russian oligarchs of top London law firms.
21st May 2018
Do lawyers get in the way?
In the world of dispute resolution, mediation sits somewhere between the extremes of court and arbitration on the one hand, and arguments in a bar or across the garden fence on the other. It is in a sort of twilight zone of the law where most of the rules are flexible and, to a great extent, can be made up, before and during the mediation process.
8th February 2018
Italian chamber of commerce
Roger Billins was pleased to be invited to speak to members of the Italian Chamber of Commerce. He explained the services Unity could provide to Italian companies and entrepreneurs seeking to do business in the U.K and guiding them though the minefield of the legal system.
25th October 2017
UNITY LEGAL AT THE 2017 SBID INTERNATIONAL DESIGN AWARDS
Unity pleased to be invited to present to the Society of British and International Designers Conference in London. Unity has a great story to tell. Unity is joining with SBID in its exciting new initiative aimed at making it easier for the design industry to protect its creations.
29th August 2017
THE GARDEN BRIDGE PROJECT
Unity Legal Solutions exists to challenge the legal market, to disrupt anti-competitive practices and to ensure that the business community gets legal services which provide best value for money. However, Unity has been appalled by the huge waste of money involved in the aborted London Garden Bridge project and we have asked Dom Billins to provide the facts.
15th August 2017
TRIBUNAL FEES ABOLISHED - COURT FEES NEXT
In 2013 the then government introduced swingeing fees for employment tribunals on the basis that it would prevent the bringing of weak and malicious cases.