That is a hard question to answer. Appletec has both a signed commission agreement, and a email verifying that Appletec is owed commission for every unit sold. However I have no solid proof as to how many units were indeed sold. In the past Appletec sold the product directly to the customer. If I take as a number the same amount of product that Appletec sold directly as a reference, than the value of the claim is $200-250K. However if I take as a reference the amount of units that the end customer says they have shipped (they published this information as they are about to go public) ..... and even taking into account that since Appletec worked directly with the supplier the business has been split to another two additional suppliers than the claim is around $2M .
Ok, who would be the lawyer ? Is it someone from just answer.uk or would you recommend an outside lawyer to handle the claim?
Can you recommend a commercial lawyer in the UK to write the claim ... or at least the letter? Otherwise going to the website is more or less a "dart throw"
On the same subject, is it common/acceptable practice to ask a lawyer in the UK to act as a "mailbox" and simply forwards a letter written by my local lawyer for a fee?
on their letterhead?
My local lawyer knows all the details of this case. It makes little sense to have someone learn everything from scratch. However as England is the country of dispute resolution I need an local England address.
My Lawyer has already written the letter, but it needs to come from an English law firm
Ok, Last question ..... Can you recommend an English firm to cooperate with my local lawyer in Israel on this subject?
Ok, That is a start. Thank you for your assistance. It has been most helpful. Signing off now.