Our client was a hotly tipped band from Brighton who had been approached by a record label and a music publishing company.
This creative design agency client asked us to draft a set of Terms and Conditions of Business that would clearly set out the basis on which they would provide their services to their customers.
Our client wanted to enter into a joint venture with another television production company in order to produce and sell a new documentary series.
Our client made two loans to a friend and eventually had to obtain two Judgments in Court to secure repayment. We were instructed to recover the amounts due under the Judgments
Our client made a loan to two Defendants who agreed to repay the money upon selling their shop.
Our client, a building company, had built an extension to the property of a Defendant who subsequently refused to pay for it.
A former employee issued a claim against our client though an Employment Tribunal and subsequently lost his claim.
Our client had been co-director and joint equal shareholder of a successful engineering company. After many years of success, the company hit hard times, losing a large contract just as the recession hit. It was put into liquidation.
The client had been subject to a substantial investigation by the Insolvency Service and when Verisona Law was consulted the client faced a lengthy period of disqualification based upon his deemed involvement in the failure of one of the companies in the group.
After 16 months of commitment and hard work, legal firm Verisona celebrated its success in providing the business support, legal representation and financial management needed by ‘Portsmouth Community Football Club’ (“PCFC”) a consortium including ‘Pompey Supporters Trust’, in order to take ownership of Portsmouth Football Club.