Welcome to Advantage Litigation
We provide affordable, economically viable access to commercial litigation and dispute resolution for SME businesses and private individuals.
Access to Litigation Funding
We provide access to various means of funding litigation including Contingency Fee Agreements (No Win, No Fee), Partial Conditional Fee Agreements (No Win, Low Fee) and facilitate access to third party funding.
No Win No Fee Commercial Legal Claims
We provide a quick, free assessment of your case by our expert legal staff. If we think your claim has legal merit, we will pass it to one of our partners with expertise in that particular field. Our partner law firms operate on a no win no fee or similar basis, providing you access to affordable legal advice.
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31 August to 4 September 2015 is UK-China Copyright Week, when UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) representatives together with official from the UK's leading creative firms travel to China (Beijing, Hangzhou and Shanghai) to work with the National Copyright Administration of China (NCAC). The UK's delegation is being lead by Dr Ros Lynch, who is the UK IPO's Director of Copyright and Enforcement. The aim of the seven-day high profile international event is to allow dialogue between business, policymakers and government from both countries. Read More
Those found guilty of commercial-scale online copyright infringement may soon face much longer jail terms. Currently, the offence is only punishable by a maximum jail term of two years but the government in the United Kingdom (UK) has launched a consultation on plans to increase the maximum sentence to ten years. The proposals, which will increase the sanctions for those who infringe the rights of copyright holders for large-scale financial gain, are designed to ensure the sanctions online copyright offences better match those relating to the copyright infringement of physical goods. Read More
The Law Society of England has reacted to further increases to court fees, which were very recently announced by the UK government, by claiming the move is a 'a further assault on access to justice for individuals and small businesses'. While the government increased the maximum court fee, which is payable by a claimant to £10,000 in March 2015 – they are now proposing to double this amount to 'at least' £20,000. Read More