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The man who killed Don Quixote

This wonderful film starring Adam Driver and directed by Terry Gilliam was decades in the making and involved much trauma on the way, including a prolonged battle between Terry and Portuguese film producer, Paulo Branco.
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​Unity is delighted to welcome Anthony Trace Q.C.

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…

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Unity in the News

Unity's continuing campaign for the Trustees of the Garden Bridge to be held accountable for the huge waste of public money involved in the vanity…

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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."
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“It is likely that the trustees of the trust have breached their duty to act with reasonable skill and care”

So says Q.C. concerning actions of Garden Bridge Trustees.
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The unsavoury alliance between oligarchs and London’s top lawyers

The accompanying article is written by Nick Cohen was a strong attack on the retainer by unsavoury Russian oligarchs of top London law firms.
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Do Lawyers get in the way?

Christopher Parr is a solicitor and mediation services director at Unity Legal Solutions.
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Italian chamber of commerce​

Roger Billins was pleased to be invited to speak to members of the Italian Chamber of Commerce.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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