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Shulmans reports mid-point turnover spike

Shulmans has reported an increase in turnover of 28.9% for the first six months of the financial year 2017/18. The results showed exceptional trading, especially in its credit management services

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Mills & Reeve advises on AfriTin’s AIM float

The Leeds office of law firm Mills & Reeve has advised on the £11.6 million stock market listing of tin mining company AfriTin. AfriTin is a newly formed company that

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Milners secures role at public inquiry into child sex abuse

Leeds-based solicitors Milners has been appointed to represent Ampleforth College at one of the UK’s biggest-ever public inquiries. Senior partner Giles Ward (pictured), its head of litigation, is acting on

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LCF Law hires commercial property trio

LCF Law has added three new professionals to its specialist commercial property team. Hywel Morgan (pictured, middle) and Simona Zvingilaite (pictured, left) join LCF Law from Squire Patton Boggs and

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Womble Bond Dickinson promotes five lawyers in Leeds

Newly merged law firm Womble Bond Dickinson has promoted two of its staff to managing associate and three to associate in its Leeds office. Rachel Hearson, a chartered trademark attorney

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The Competitor

David Bradley became a partner at Ramsdens in May of this year to lead its business legal services division. He is also non-executive chairman of the firm. He is the former

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A new home in Leeds

Janette Wolf lifts the lid on the work of the Government Legal Department, which is to open a regional centre by the end of this year in Leeds The Government Legal

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Russian Slice

Patrick Walker mixes cake, capitalism, Moscow, and Barnsley As a child of the Cold War age, I thought that indulging in a Russian Slice was close enough to the Soviet

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A roller coaster ride

Emma Beazley, the outgoing President of Doncaster Law Society, talks about how the society has managed to rise up from the brink of closure To say that the last two

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Deputy District Judge from Whitby convicted of several fraud offences

A non-practising solicitor and Deputy District Judge from North Yorkshire has been convicted of several fraud offences relating to council planning applications. Keith Shaw, 37 of Sleights, Whitby, appeared at