On the brink: how business owners experience business-related and other legal problems

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Balmer, N. J. ; Pleasence, P. (2017)
  • Publisher: Law and Justice Foundation of New South Wales
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New analysis of LAW Survey data has identified three distinct groups among business owners according to their likelihood of experiencing business-related and other types of legal problems ‒ ‘normal’, ‘highly elevated’ and ‘extreme’. As is the case with individuals, a relatively small proportion of business owners account for the bulk of problems. Targeted legal assistance services are needed for this group.
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    1 P Pleasence & NJ Balmer, In need of advice? Findings of a small business legal needs benchmarking survey, Legal Services Board, London, 2013.

    5 P Pleasence, C Coumarelos, S Forell & HM McDonald, Reshaping legal assistance services: building on the evidence base: a discussion paper, Law and Justice Foundation of NSW, Sydney, 2014.

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