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Bond Dickinson appoints tax and accounting specialist as new legal director in Leeds office

Karen Eckstein has joined Bond Dickinson’s insurance professional risks team as a legal director. She joins from Clyde & Co where she was a partner, and will be based primarily

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Langleys starts to offer publicly funded mediation from its York base

Langleys Solicitors has had a legal aid contract for mediation extended, enabling the law firm to offer publicly funded mediation from its York base in addition to its office in

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Williamsons’ experts prove worth with top medical panels approvals

Williamsons Solicitors is now doubly represented on the country’s two leading medical litigation panels. The latest specialist Williamsons’ lawyer to gain recognition is Simon Ramshaw, who has been approved by

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Legal services for individual and small business consumers not working as it should, says CMA

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has criticised competition in legal services for individual and small business consumers, saying that it is not working “as well as it might”. In

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Hull set for commercial property boost from City of Culture status, says Williamsons solicitor

Jonathan Holmes, the new head of commercial property at Williamsons Solicitors, is predicting a commercial property boost for Hull thanks to its City of Culture status, despite the possible uncertainty

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Wilkinson Woodward celebrates first 1000 days in Brighouse

One of Calderdale’s best known legal practices is celebrating its first 1000 days of trading in Brighouse. Wilkinson Woodward Bearders has been trading from offices in King Street since the

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New stamp duty surcharge could leave divorced partners unable to buy their own home

The Government’s new stamp duty surcharge could leave divorced estranged partners unable to buy their own home, leaving divorce settlements open to appeal. The Daily Telegraph has reported the warning,

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Taylor&Emmet property team to host Brexit breakfast

Sheffield’s Taylor&Emmet is inviting local businesses to a special breakfast seminar exploring the repercussions of the EU referendum on the property market. The firm’s expert solicitors will be gathering professionals

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Legal sector to see flurry of activity post-Brexit, says RSM

Legal services firms are likely to see a flurry of activity following the Brexit vote as businesses and private clients seek to understand what it may mean for them and how

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Clarion adds to growing corporate team with new director

Tony Berry has left Addleshaw Goddard to join Clarion’s 12-strong corporate team as a legal director. With over 25 years’ experience of M&A, Berry has extensive experience advising on a