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Stephanie Parker

WHO WE ARE?

PURE Business Group was created to provide a unique, innovative and collaborative solution, to the Civil Litigation legal sector. Founded in early 2015 by Phil Hodgkinson and bringing thirty years’ experience within the insurance and legal sector, the group now employs in excess of 450 staff in four UK locations and continues to grow year on year.

PURE Legal Limited is one of our ABS Law Firms within PURE Business Group. Within our Law Firms we employ almost 200 staff, including Administrators, Legal Executives, Fee Earners and Solicitors. Their role is to handle each individual customer’s case to conclusion, as efficiently as possible to instigate and conclude court proceedings as necessary.

JOB ROLE

We are seeking an experienced Litigator to assist in a thriving, resilient and varied practice dealing with complex civil litigation within Housing Disrepair, Cavity Wall Insulation, GDPR, Mortgage Misselling, Mortgage Miscalculation or Undisclosed Commissions.

The ideal Litigator candidate should have strong post qualification, or a wealth of vocational, experience in civil litigation and will be required to handle all aspects of their cases from the pre-action stage up to and including appeals, if required. Successful candidates will be proactive in developing and following appropriate dynamic litigation strategies both alone and as part of a team.

Responsibilities of a Litigator include:

  • Managing a complex civil litigation caseload from inception to conclusion;
  • Investment of time to become a subject matter expert in your litigation practice area;
  • Providing technical and litigation mentoring and guidance to fee earners and legal assistants within the team;
  • Creating initial case plans by assessing client instructions and analysing available documentation at the outset of a case to determine suitable litigation strategies;
  • Proactive consideration of cases at all stages to ensure litigation strategies are always current and appropriate, depending on the issues involved;
  • Liaising with clients in order to prepare statements and to obtain documentary evidence to allow full and proper analysis of case prospects.
  • Providing clients with appropriate and practical advice at all stages of the litigation;
  • Preparation of documents to include correspondence, pleadings and witness statements;
  • Conducting advocacy and attending court hearings both in person and by telephone;
  • Co-ordinating case strategy and settlement conferences with external counsel, where required;
  • Dealing with correspondence and telephone calls;
  • Ensuring clients are fully updated by email, letter or telephone providing up to date, adequate and clear information about the progress of a case;
  • Liaising with accounts to ensure funds are allocated to the appropriate accounts in line with the Solicitor Accounts Rules 2011;
  • Full compliance with the SRA Code of Conduct 2011.

QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE

  • Solicitor Qualification or CILEX or Substantial Litigation Experience is a must
  • Effective use of Case Management and Time Recording Systems
  • Adherence to SLAs, KPIs and Court litigation timetables
  • Proactive and efficient management of your own litigation caseload
  • Management of client expectations, including effective resolution of any complaints that arise, in line with Company policy
  • Candidates must possess comprehensive litigation experience from pre-action protocol stage, to commencing proceedings and dealing with them all the way through to trial, including full participation in Court case management and making applications
  • Multi track experience is preferable. Fast Track Litigation experience is a must
  • Candidates must have experience in instructing counsel, attending conferences and general liaison with counsel
  • Professional and effective communication with individual and business contacts, with opponents, experts and with the court
  • Any other duties as required

BENEFITS

  • Competitive basic salary
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Additional day off for Birthdays
  • “Me time”
  • Pension
  • Employee Assistance programme.
  • Training and progression opportunities within PURE Business Group.
  • Accessible to public transport

WHO WE ARE?

PURE Business Group was created to provide a unique, innovative and collaborative solution, to the Civil Litigation legal sector. Founded in early 2015 by Phil Hodgkinson and bringing thirty years’ experience within the insurance and legal sector, the group now employs in excess of 450 staff in four UK locations and continues to grow year on year.

PURE Legal Limited is one of our ABS Law Firms within PURE Business Group. Within our Law Firms we employ almost 200 staff, including Administrators, Legal Executives, Fee Earners and Solicitors. Their role is to handle each individual customer’s case to conclusion, as efficiently as possible to instigate and conclude court proceedings as necessary.

JOB ROLE

We are seeking an experienced Litigator to assist in a thriving, resilient and varied practice dealing with complex civil litigation within Housing Disrepair, Cavity Wall Insulation, GDPR, Mortgage Misselling, Mortgage Miscalculation or Undisclosed Commissions.

The ideal Litigator candidate should have strong post qualification, or a wealth of vocational, experience in civil litigation and will be required to handle all aspects of their cases from the pre-action stage up to and including appeals, if required. Successful candidates will be proactive in developing and following appropriate dynamic litigation strategies both alone and as part of a team.

Responsibilities of a Litigator include:

  • Managing a complex civil litigation caseload from inception to conclusion;
  • Investment of time to become a subject matter expert in your litigation practice area;
  • Providing technical and litigation mentoring and guidance to fee earners and legal assistants within the team;
  • Creating initial case plans by assessing client instructions and analysing available documentation at the outset of a case to determine suitable litigation strategies;
  • Proactive consideration of cases at all stages to ensure litigation strategies are always current and appropriate, depending on the issues involved;
  • Liaising with clients in order to prepare statements and to obtain documentary evidence to allow full and proper analysis of case prospects.
  • Providing clients with appropriate and practical advice at all stages of the litigation;
  • Preparation of documents to include correspondence, pleadings and witness statements;
  • Conducting advocacy and attending court hearings both in person and by telephone;
  • Co-ordinating case strategy and settlement conferences with external counsel, where required;
  • Dealing with correspondence and telephone calls;
  • Ensuring clients are fully updated by email, letter or telephone providing up to date, adequate and clear information about the progress of a case;
  • Liaising with accounts to ensure funds are allocated to the appropriate accounts in line with the Solicitor Accounts Rules 2011;
  • Full compliance with the SRA Code of Conduct 2011.

QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE

  • Solicitor Qualification or CILEX or Substantial Litigation Experience is a must
  • Effective use of Case Management and Time Recording Systems
  • Adherence to SLAs, KPIs and Court litigation timetables
  • Proactive and efficient management of your own litigation caseload
  • Management of client expectations, including effective resolution of any complaints that arise, in line with Company policy
  • Candidates must possess comprehensive litigation experience from pre-action protocol stage, to commencing proceedings and dealing with them all the way through to trial, including full participation in Court case management and making applications
  • Multi track experience is preferable. Fast Track Litigation experience is a must
  • Candidates must have experience in instructing counsel, attending conferences and general liaison with counsel
  • Professional and effective communication with individual and business contacts, with opponents, experts and with the court
  • Any other duties as required

BENEFITS

  • Competitive basic salary
  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Additional day off for Birthdays
  • “Me time”
  • Pension
  • Employee Assistance programme.
  • Training and progression opportunities within PURE Business Group.
  • Accessible to public transport
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