Not different.
Just better.

The power of experience, clarity and an unwavering commitment to client satisfaction should never be underestimated...

  • Better advice.
    Clarity of thought precedes the delivery of sound, experienced legal advice and we work collaboratively and proactively with your interests at the forefront of our thinking.
  • Better insight.
    We consistently deliver precise, innovative and responsive legal solutions to our clients. It’s the cornerstone upon which Spalter Fisher lies. Our advice is both considered and incisive. We approach your issues from a position of strength as well as a precise understanding of your end goals.
  • Better thinking.
    Our thought processes are focused fundamentally on protecting your interests. Your thought processes are focused on recognising the positive and lasting value a premium service and first-class legal advice gives you.
  • Better advice.
  • Better insight.
  • Better thinking.

Latest Legal News

Untitled Document

Claimant ordered to pay defence costs after fundamental dishonesty finding

1st of August, 2020

Defendant had failed to show collision was bogus but got dishonesty through on extent of injuries.

Counsel fee denied after RTA claim settles day before trial

24th of July, 2020

Defendant successfully sees off £1,200 claimed for brief fee and skeleton argument.

Judge rails at lawyers’ ‘thoroughly disorganised’ case presentation

21st of July, 2020

Parties warned they should not expect ‘indulgence’ of the court over late filing of evidence.

Law Commission unveils leasehold proposals

21st of July, 2020

Recommendations to be considered by government include 'fit for purpose' commonhold regime.

Supreme Court steps in to Hong Kong row

17th of July, 2020

Beijing's new security law 'contains a number of provisions which give rise to concerns', president says.

Court orders barrister to deliver up tweet details

16th of July, 2020

Judge lambasts solicitors over an 'often intemperate debate' in anti-Semitism defamation case.

Court rules client must pay firm after terminating DBA early

13th of July, 2020

Lawyers welcome clarity on a costs issue which might enable more DBAs to be used in future.

MoJ still ‘mad keen’ on expanded fixed costs regime, says expert

13th of July, 2020

Costs guru says there is no doubt that ministers still want to press on with extending fixed costs.

Negligence claim over divorce assets ruled to be time-barred

8th of July, 2020

Court of Appeal rules that any alleged cause of action happened before the final settlement hearing.

High Court throws out JR bid and rules lockdown legal

7th of July, 2020

Businessman expresses his disappointment that crowdfunded case was unsuccessful.

Lord chancellor seeks views on post-Brexit court powers

2nd of July, 2020

Ministry of Justice presents two options for departure from retained EU case law.

Judge rebukes lawyers arguing through witness evidence

1st of July, 2020

Scathing criticism of ‘substantially unsatisfactory’ witness statements submitted in tax fraud trial.

Follow us on twitter