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UK court update copywriting

Supplement your content marketing, using the full platform LegalRSS option*, by extending your available copy with our legal copywriting service.

Ensure you always have quality updates to use for newsletters, social media or website. Edit and re-purpose the legal update copy to suit your client’s interest.

These are MS Word-based court updates every month. Supplied by Words4Business, from the same stable as the LegalRSS service.

6 different practice areas

  • Private Client;
  • Commercial Client;
  • Employment Law;
  • Commercial Property;
  • Tax, Trust and Probate;
  • Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence.

Each practice area update contains between 5 and 10 articles and uk court updates monthly depending on title and the courts!.

Complete flexibility

Accessed as a Word document you have complete flexibility on how you use them.

  • Post as your own articles on your website
  • Personalise and add your take on the legal cases discussed
  • Use them exactly as they are as the backbone of a newsletter
  • Even use them as internal updates for your lawyers!

Case references for further research etc. are available for all articles (supplied as partners’ notes with some material).

* At least one user licence of the full platform LegalRSS is required. This is because the library updates are accessed through the platform and logically they will be used for content marketing.

Court update copywriting. Covering 6 practice areas monthly

PI / Clin Neg. January 2019

Alpine Coach Crash Victim Wins Damages Settlement Beauty College Carbon Monoxide Victims Win Over £100,000 Damages Clinical Negligence – Closure Can Be as Important as Compensation Commercial Surrogacies Abroad Are Not Illegal – Court of Appeal Ruling Haulage Company Must Compensate Electrocuted Driver

Commercial Property January 2019

Contract Adjudications – There Is No Second Bite of the Cherry! Court of Appeal Guidance on Use of Pay Less Notices Disregard for Legalities Hits Developer in the Pocket Landlord’s Redevelopment Plans Must Not Be Conditional Rent Refundable When Premises Become Unsafe

£200 per month per legal discipline

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