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inCase Insight: Steven Goulding

Posted September 24th, 2018 by inCase Web Team

InCase Insight: Steven Goulding Steven, affectionately known as Ste, is the longest serving member of our team. Having joined inCase in our infancy over three years ago, Ste has grown with the company and has been a major influence in our success ever since. Having joined inCase as Relationship Manager, Ste achieved Directorship in March 2018 and has not looked back since in his new role as Client Service Director. In his current role, Ste is the main contact for all of our lovely clients, many of whom he considers his friends. Ste believes in delivering fantastic customer service and his favourite thing about his job is developing and maintaining great relationships with both new and existing clients. Ste is also a long-suffering Evertonian, and when he gets some rare time away from work loves to spend time with his wife Sarah and 3 year-old daughter Ava.

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5 More Bizarre Court Cases

Posted September 14th, 2018 by inCase Web Team

Last Friday we published 5 of the most bizarre court cases that we have encountered. We're back this week with another 5 strange cases, starting with a man who frivolously (but comically!) sued the makers of Budweiser for false advertising.

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Sued by a Monkey?! – 5 Bizarre Court Cases

Posted September 7th, 2018 by inCase Web Team

‘It wasn’t me…it was my shoes!’ (Clardy v Nike, Inc, 381 P.3d 1100)

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Law Commission Supports Electronic Signature Tools Like inCase

Posted August 29th, 2018 by inCase Web Team

Since the year 2000 there has been legislation supporting the implementation of electronic/digital signatures and usage is now commonplace in most industries. Now the Law Commission has come out in full support of the digital utility in providing legal services. Last week they released a study detailing their research into electronic signatures and recommended their use.

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Government announce personal injury restrictions deadline to be pushed back

Posted July 27th, 2018 by inCase Web Team

April 2020 is the new revised date announced by the Government, but there's still some concern within the industry that this date won't be achievable due to the lack of necessary IT functions available to deliver the required PI reforms.

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