no-win, no-fee


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no-win, no-fee

adj [basis, arrangement, scheme] système selon lequel un avocat ne perçoit ses honoraires que si l'issue d'un procès est favorable à son clientno-win situation nimpasse f
We`re in a no-win situation → Nous sommes dans l'impasse.
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005
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Your best chance is a firm of specialist solicitors willing to take the case on a no-win, no-fee basis.
There are enough pressures on small business today without the threat of more excuses for no-win, no-fee compensation vultures swooping down, so I would fully endorse the advice of Mr Turner that we all ensure when it comes to data and the GDPR we get good advice.
The study also found that for every PS1 of compensation, another PS1 went to lawyers who brought cases - often on a no-win, no-fee basis.
Martyn James, of complaint handling site resolver.co.uk, said: "No-win, no-fee lawyers make life worse for us all, bringing increased costs for goods and services and undermining real, serious complaints."
There is no financial cost or risk to companies as refund.me operates on a no-win, no-fee basis.
Richard Philpott, partner at KPMG in Birmingham and Chairman of R3 Midlands, which has campaigned for the legal changes, said: "Although a temporary LASPO Act exemption was granted to insolvency practitioners in February of this year, our profession now needs a permanent assurance that we can use 'no-win, no-fee' funding arrangements to pursue directors and third parties for creditors' money.
The no-win, no-fee lawyers can then form an orderly queue while the church has a collection to cover the cost of the payouts.
The dip is being put down to a purge on spurious no-win, no-fee firms and fake-whiplash cowboys.
A CLAMPDOWN on rogue 'no-win, no-fee' firms has seen hundreds shut down - including one in Huddersfield.
In addition, anyone claiming accident damages with the help of a no-win, no-fee lawyer now has to pay their lawyer's fee from their own funds if they win their case.
But the Law Society of England and Wales spokesperson defended no-win, no-fee lawyers.
Referral fees - which are incurred when a no-win, no-fee claim is passed between claims management firms, insurance companies and lawyers - have been blamed for the spiralling costs of motor insurance.