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Keebles advises on how Covid-19 may affect digital businesses

The economic effects of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic are likely to be amplified at startups or fledgling digital businesses, according to Tom Rook, a solicitor at Yorkshire law firm Keebles.

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Pinsent Masons promotes four to partner in Leeds

Pinsent Masons has promoted 17 individuals to partner across the UK, with four making the step up in Leeds. In Leeds, Dawn Allen (financial services), Nick McDonald and Michael Smith

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Lupton Fawcett appoints new managing partner and chairman

Yorkshire law firm Lupton Fawcett has appointed insolvency lawyer James Richardson as its new managing partner. Richardson takes over from corporate specialist Jonathan Oxley, who has vacated the managing partner’s

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Thrive Law strengthens national presence with new solicitor appointment

Leeds-based specialist employment practice Thrive Law has strengthened its national presence with the appointment of a consultant solicitor in London. Tanya Dolan (pictured) will be based in London and will

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Yorkshire solicitors call for action on wills during coronavirus pandemic

Solicitors in Yorkshire are calling for the UK government to change the way wills are drawn up during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. John Feaster, private client and tax partner at

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Hägen Wolf on working from the cloud during the coronavirus pandemic

Hägen Wolf managing partner Matt Pugh was determined at launch that his team should be able to work as effectively from home as in the office When Matt Pugh launched

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LCF Law acquires Wakefield firm and secures return of corporate solicitor

LCF Law has welcomed the return of a solicitor who worked for the firm 11 years ago, after acquiring Crooks Commercial Solicitors in Wakefield. Michael Crook (pictured) has joined Yorkshire-based

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Exchange Chambers secures £3.8m settlement in JSM via video-link

David Knifton QC and Pankaj Madan of Exchange Chambers have successfully concluded a joint settlement meeting using video-link technology, following the UK government’s advice restricting travel and contact during the

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Coronavirus pandemic: Certain legal practitioners are ‘key workers’

The UK government has confirmed that keeping the justice system running during the current coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is vital and that certain practitioners are being recognised as key workers during

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Keebles acts in £4.4m retail premises acquisition

Keebles has acted in a £4.4 million purchase of the Tyne and Wear premises of UK discount retailer B&M Home Stores. The firm represented Lincolnshire-based property investment firm Blue Brick