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Electronic signatures: Business as ‘unusual’

The impact of COVID-19 is forcing businesses to evolve and adapt. Electronic signatures are not a new mechanism but have come under the spotlight in the current climate. The general position...

Contracts are at the heart of business

Contracts are a vital part of doing business, they prescribe expectations and referee relationships between commercial parties. The COVID-19 pandemic is a significant business challenge and during these unprecedented times it...

The Devil is in the Detail

And getting the detail right in the context of drafting international arbitration clauses is fundamental. Croft Solicitors, assisted by Rowan Pennington-Benton of 3 Hare Court Chambers, has successfully defended a challenge...

Croft’s Climb Challenge

During the month of February, Croft Solicitors have set themselves the challenge of scaling Mount Everest (virtually) as a team in support of Cheltenham and Gloucester Hospitals Charity. Achieving the 18,000 meters...

World Litigation Forum (“WLF”), Amsterdam

In July Rupert Croft and Edward Miller attended the World Litigation Forum ("WLF") in Amsterdam. The WLF consisted of litigation and arbitration lawyers from around the globe along with several litigation...

Statement in respect of Wedlake Bell v Lord Magan

A spokesman for Croft Solicitors said “Lord Magan is currently litigating against Wedlake Bell regarding their claimed legal fees.  Wedlake Bell accept that they had no written retainer with our...

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