Portsmouth’s leading legal practice has announced a major shakeup of its management structure with new roles and responsibilities arising from within the firm’s Directorship.
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.
A team from the firm joined fellow professionals from legal firms across the region and took to the streets of Chichester, completing a course around the iconic cathedral, into rural surrounds and finishing with well-deserved refreshment at The Fountain pub in the city centre’s Southgate.
‘With Legal Aid becoming more and more difficult to access, the CAB provides legal services to 30,000 of the poorest and most vulnerable people in our area each year,’ explains Robert Small, Director and Head of Dispute Resolution at Verisona Law who was part of the team for the charity walk. ‘Obviously this is a cause close to our professional hearts and we were delighted to the event raised over £2,000 in sponsorship of those who took part.’
Legal experts at Verisona Law are congratulating the team behind growing music brand, Victorious Festival, on another tremendously successful event in the heart of Portsmouth.
A variety of niche commercial services offered by leading Portsmouth legal firm, Verisona Law, has been recognised in the 29th edition of one of the largest and most prestigious independent legal guides, The Legal 500.
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In his second substantive judgment following the trial last summer of the liquidators’ wrongful trading claim against the three directors of Ralls Builders Ltd, Snowden J has dismissed the liquidators’ claim for a contribution to the Company’s liquidation expenses. In so doing, the Judge has provided further clarification of the law in this important and developing area of jurisprudence.
The legal team at Portsmouth’s leading law firm is set to take a break from the office this summer as Verisona Law has confirmed its corporate sponsorship of this year’s Victorious Festival.