Specialist legal services in insolvency, marine and sports offered by Portsmouth firm, Verisona Law, have all maintained top positions in the latest edition of one of the profession’s largest and most prestigious independent guides, The Legal 500.
With a growing number of reports accusing Marine Insurance Companies of refusing to pay out on claims, ignoring correspondence and remaining silent until pressured to act by the threat of legal action, Tim Reynolds explains how specialist solicitors are in a unique position to broker resolutions.
In recent months, insurance has become a major topic for discussion in the marine industry. An increasing number of angry and frustrated boat owners appear to be railing against companies who deny their claims of compensation and accusations and simply pull down their shutters.
Verisona Law is delighted to announce its continued support of The News Business Excellence Awards by sponsoring ‘Overall Business of the Year 2018’ for the fourth consecutive year.
Verisona Law is delighted to confirm its return to the judging panel alongside The News and Hampshire Chamber of Commerce to find Portsmouth’s Best Business 2018.
Despite general concerns being raised in the business community about the economic impact of Brexit, Verisona Law’s Director Tim Reynolds is delighted to report that, after attending this month’s Southampton Boat Show, the Marine Industry is on top form.
Verisona Law was delighted to be part of The London Legal Support Trust's 'Legal Walk' in Chichester this month to raise money for the South and West Sussex Citizens Advice Bureau.
Good practice vital for employers in managing tribunal claims
In July, the Supreme Court ruled that employment tribunal claim fees were unlawful, and now it’s been confirmed that an ex-employee has been granted an extension of time to pursue their out-of-date unfair dismissal claim, on the basis that the original action was dropped due to the fees.
A local legal firm is being championed alongside international corporate brands in recognition for its role in securing the sale of Portsmouth Football Club.
Verisona Law has been nominated in the category of ‘Best Professional Service Business Serving Football’ at the prestigious Football Business Awards, set to be held at Tobacco Dock in the centre of London on 2nd November.
PORTSMOUTH, U.K., August 3rd, 2017 -- The purchase of Portsmouth Football Club (PFC) has been completed by The Tornante Company, it was today announced by Michael D. Eisner.
Verisona was very pleased to co-sponsor, with McAfee, the National 18 Class Championships which were held at Hayling Island Sailing Club over the week from the 24th to the 28th July. A total of 22 National 18 boats took part, the number of entries coming from the long established fleets in Cork in Ireland, Findhorn in Scotland and Tamesis and Bosham Sailing Clubs in England. 14 of the new Morrison designed Ultra 18s attended, representing a remarkable turnout for this latest version of the National 18 design which has only been in production for some two years.
The Government has suffered an embarrassing blow after the announcement that fees for bringing cases to an Employment Tribunal have been ruled as ‘unlawful’ by the Supreme Court.