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New claims possible against rogue breast surgeon

20 July 2021

Private patients who missed out on compensation after undergoing unnecessary operations by Midlands surgeon Ian Paterson may now be able to claim, legal experts at FBC Manby Bowdler said today.

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Agriculture & Renewables, News

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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Employment Law & HR Support, News

Employers urged to give ‘Fire-and-Rehire’ practices the boot

14 July 2021

Julia Fitzimmons, employment law expert and partner with FBC Manby Bowdler, explains how best to tackle employment contract changes, while maintaining good employee relations:

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Employment Law & HR Support, News

Companies must be on track for Covid-safe workplaces this summer

29 June 2021

With the lifting of lockdown restrictions delayed by four weeks, businesses have been given extra time to plan how they will protect workers and customers once the country is released from the current Covid-related restrictions.

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Court of Protection & Deputyship, News, Wills, Trusts & Probate

Britney Spears conservatorship case raises important questions

25 June 2021

While Spears describes the past 13 years as “embarrassing and humiliating” the case does raise important questions about what protection English law provides to safeguard vulnerable people.

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Charities & Not-For-Profit, News

Voluntary sector given chance to break free of unnecessary bureaucracy

17 June 2021

With the voluntary sector having experienced one of the most challenging periods in history during the Covid-19 pandemic, last month’s Queen’s Speech brought welcome news in the form of The Charities Bill 2021.

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News, Wills, Trusts & Probate

How to use your lockdown savings to cut future tax bills

15 June 2021

For some people, time spent at home during lockdown has provided an opportunity to save more money as holidays, eating out and commuting costs have all been put on ice.

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Commercial Property, News

To buy or not to buy? The pros and cons of renting and buying commercial property

14 June 2021

If you are looking to move your business, you might be wondering whether to buy or rent your next premises. There’s lots to consider and each option has its pros and cons.

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Manufacturing, News

Students benefit from Women in Engineering scholarship boost

11 June 2021

Three University of Wolverhampton engineering students have been gifted a scholarship boost to support them in their studies.

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Family Law, Divorce & Children, News

Six-month set back for ‘no-fault’ divorce law

10 June 2021

The option to claim a ‘no fault’ divorce suffered a set back yesterday, with the announcement in Parliament that the expected rollout for the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2022 has now been pushed back to 6 April 2022.

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