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Harriet Thornton from LCF Law
Legal eagle flies flag for North at awards

Steven Wright

Harriet Thornton, who works at LCF Law in Bradford, has been shortlisted in two categories at the prestigious 2015 Enfranchisement and Right to Manage Awards, known as the ‘ERMAs’.  She…

Ian MacGilp (third from left) and the SRF Sprinters relax after their 220km run!
Short Richardson & Forth look to the future

IanMacGilp

Newcastle solicitors Short Richardson & Forth LLP are striving to continue the growth of the firm with the appointment of a new trainee solicitor. A graduate of Southampton University, new trainee…

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New law firm funding scheme surpasses £10m milestone

Nick Hill

Law firms throughout the UK have now received over £10m due to an innovative funding scheme, which is the equivalent to invoice discounting. Established by Manchester-based Just Costs Solicitors and Novitas…

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Linder Myers adds trusts & estates solicitor

Linder Myers

Linder Myers has appointed a new solicitor to its trusts and estates department in Manchester with the appointment of Charlotte Ashworth. Joining from Burnley based Waddington and Son Solicitors, the new…

Joanne Howe
Be the BOSS!

JAM Marketing (UK) Limited

An article by Joanne Howe, HOWE Consultancy… In my job on a day to day basis working with companies who need HR support, I see a huge variance in management styles…

Rob Moore, Taylor&Emmet’s 4Challenge participant
Taylor&Emmet partner takes on four cities challenge

Nina Sorby

A keen cyclist from Sheffield’s Taylor&Emmet LLP is saddling up for an epic 380-mile ride around England to raise funds for the city’s Weston Park Hospital. The firm’s head of business…

Steve Marsh and Andy Duxbury
Aaron and Partners celebrates three year success

Elle Brunton

A leading North West law firm is celebrating continued success after increasing its annual fee income for the third year running. Now ranked in the top 200 law firms in the…

The Mount Pleasant site previously operated as one of the largest sorting offices in the world. Phot
Mayor of London faces legal challenge on Mount Pleasant project

Ellen Forster

Islington and Camden Councils have made an application for judicial review of the Mayor of London’s decision to grant planning permission for the Royal Mail’s Mount Pleasant site. One of the…

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Kingston’s Barcadia to close following council review

Ellen Forster

After a year of trials and tribulations, Barcadia in Kingston-Upon-Thames has been ordered to close by Kingston Council The Clarence Street venue known has repeatedly come to the attention of both…

This deal marks Palatine’s second investment with Living Ventures Group following its buyout of Gust
Shoosmiths advises Palatine on MBO of The Alchemist Bar & Restaurant

Sophia Taha

The private equity team at law firm Shoosmiths has advised Palatine Private Equity on the £12m management buyout (MBO) of The Alchemist Bar & Restaurant Limited from restaurant group Living…

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The Different Types of UK Fraud

Katherine Jackman

Fraud is one of the most serious dishonesty offences and is taken very seriously by the courts as it can lead to huge losses for the country in taxpayer money.…

Rob Harper from Dacres Commercial
The importance of surveying lease agreements

Steven Wright

SMALL business owners and commercial property owners are taking a huge risk by failing to commission a Schedule of Condition when they sign leases on office space, retail units and…