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An Invitation from Bright Solicitors...

  • Posted: 05-07-2018
  • Commercial/Business

As a valued client of Bright Solicitors, we are offering you and your business a free legal health check and review.

We want to spend time learning about the aspirations of your business, and how we can help you achieve your goals and resolve the challenges you may face.

One of our dedicated commercial business experts would love to meet you to establish what services we can offer your business. We can attend your premises to see how your business operates or we can arrange a meeting at our offices to suit you. Please give us a call on 01752 388883 or email to arrange your free business review.

Britain's Ocean City Half Marathon 2018

  • Posted: 23-05-2018
  • Bright

Well done to all members of this year’s Bright Bullets team for completing the Plymouth Half Marathon. Celia Rowland, Andy Sewell, Connie Moulding, Annabelle O’Higgins, Lily Bisgaard, Fleur Price, Matt Cook & Jacob Cunningham

Devon Sports Awards 2018

  • Posted: 16-04-2018
  • Bright

We are delighted to have been informed that we are the winner of the category ‘Business Contribution to Sport in the Community’ for the Devon Sports Awards 2018. The management and staff at Bright Solicitors have been keen to get involved with a number of sporting activities over the past few years including a charity fundraising 100 mile cycle/run challenge in France, boxing, football, rounders, half marathon & 10k & raft racing to name just a few.

SCAMS, SCAMS AND MORE SCAMS.

  • Posted: 16-03-2018
  • Commercial/Business

Whilst busy working away yesterday we had a phone call from a client who was very concerned as he had received a phone call from “High Court Enforcement” officers who were on their way to their registered office to collect payment for an outstanding County Court Judgment and were pushing for payment from him on the phone. This is not unexpected behaviour from high court enforcement companies as once they have complied with their obligations and sent a notice they will call to try to obtain payment prior to any visit being made and they can be very pushy and forceful.