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Law firm’s Agricultural & Rural Services grows its crop of top talent

14 July 2021

A top-ranked Shropshire agricultural and rural services legal team has been further strengthened with one of its experienced members qualifying as a solicitor.

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Agriculture & Renewables, Community Care, Court of Protection & Deputyship, News, Wills, Trusts & Probate

Getting physical with the digital

30 April 2021

The value of our online lives is becoming immeasurable, yet few people are taking sufficient steps to safeguard their digital assets.

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Agriculture & Renewables, CSR & Partnerships

Amber Energy

30 April 2021

A smarter way to manage and understand your energy costs.

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Can employers force staff to get vaccinated against Covid-19?

28 January 2021

The impact of the Covid pandemic on businesses the length and breadth of the country is almost unmeasurable.

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Agriculture & Renewables, Community Care, Court of Protection & Deputyship, News, Wills, Trusts & Probate

Ten things you can do today to give you peace of mind tomorrow

20 November 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic has taught all of us that we never know what’s around the corner. It has shown that there are things we have little control over.

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Agriculture & Renewables, Community Care, Court of Protection & Deputyship, News, Wills, Trusts & Probate

More turning to legal powers during pandemic, says legal expert

13 November 2020

The Covid pandemic has led to a growing number of people turning to a special legal measure to help them ensure their affairs are in order, a Redditch legal expert said today.

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Make sure employment policies aren’t half-baked, warns solicitor

24 September 2020

Legal expert Julia Fitzsimmons today warned employers to make sure their workplace policies weren’t half-baked after a shop assistant won a £3,000 payout in a tribunal over the sale of sausage rolls.

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Companies urged to make competition clauses reasonable

30 July 2020

For businesses concerned about the impact of their key employees going to work for a competitor organisation, a non-compete clause can provide a safety net to stop commercially sensitive information being passed on to a rival.

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Plan for your future with a Lasting Power of Attorney

14 July 2020

The coronavirus outbreak was a stark reminder about how life can change in an instant. The sudden onset of the virus, its severity and its indiscriminate nature took everyone by surprise.

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Agriculture & Renewables, Community Care, Court of Protection & Deputyship, News, Wills, Trusts & Probate

How you can ease the pain at times of loss

08 July 2020

There is no doubt that the global coronavirus pandemic and its indiscriminate nature has been a stark reminder about how precious life is.

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