Davies Lavery (DL) has launched a no win, no fee service for bulk purchasers of legal services.

The collective conditional fee agreement (CCFA) service will allow organisations to enter into a sing ...

Bulk legal services
Davies Lavery (DL) has launched a no win, no fee service for bulk purchasers of legal services.

The collective conditional fee agreement (CCFA) service will allow organisations to enter into a single agreement with a solicitor that will govern the way cases are run and paid for.

DL's London office managing partner Philip West said: "CCFAs will help our clients reduce the cost of pursuing individual cases and will simplify the legal process.

"Although individual cases still have to be reviewed and still require written assessments, the burden of administration is far less onerous."

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Elite to manage fleets
Accident management and repair company Elite Incident Management has expanded its operations to include fleet management.

The company has opened an accident management division for fleet operators with fleets of 50 to 50,000 vehicles.

Elite business development manager Mike Taylor said Elite already had an excellent reputation in the incident management industry for its service levels.