LA Fast Track, the specialist debt and asset recovery team at Lester Aldridge, is one of the leading legal collections teams in the UK. We specialise in bulk recoveries (both debt and asset recovery), and we can help you with everything from pre-legal collections to complex litigation.
Key to everything is understanding your business and its processes. We can then manage your collections in a way that’s right for your business and its debt profile, like an extension of your in-house credit control team. Our 24/7 extranet system means you can keep up to date with your case and communicate freely with your legal team – an efficient, cost effective and open system we’re proud of. We also use the latest technology to create the best collection solutions too.
To make life easier for you and your business you can also make use of our training on debt recovery, pre-legal collections and insolvency – a service we’re really pleased to be able to share with you.
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Lester Aldridge has achieved great success recently after winning the case of Quilter v Hodson Developments Limited  EWCA Civ 1125 in both the County Court and Court of Appeal on behalf of the claimant, Ms Quilter.
The draft Pre-action Protocol for Debt Claims (PAP) was put out for consultation over two years ago and it would be safe to say that it caused significant concern in the credit industry. On Friday, the CPRC met and delivered these following findings.
What is mediation? Mediation is an alternative way to matters being resolved by the courts, it has been proven to be a very successful. It is estimated that over a number of sectors, civil disputes may cost some billions of pounds per annum in terms of fees.