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Schofield Sweeney promotes five lawyers

Yorkshire-based law firm Schofield Sweeney has announced five new promotions. Craig Burman, Simon Glazebrook and Laura Salvati have been promoted to partner. Daniel Bisby has been promoted to associate and

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Blacks Solicitors oversees PE investment in Roxy Leisure

Blacks Solicitors has overseen and helped coordinate the £7.5 million investment in Leeds-based hospitality company Roxy Leisure.  Roxy Leisure operates a number of venues across the country that offer in-bar

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Wilkin Chapman recruits experienced property lawyer

Wilkin Chapman has appointed property lawyer Andrew Harbourne as a partner. Harbourne, who has joined the law firm after relocating from London and the Home Counties, specialises in commercial property.

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Gordons and KPMG support garden centre acquisitions

Gordons and the Leeds office of KPMG have helped Lincolnshire-based British Garden Centres to acquire 24 garden centres. Gordons commercial property specialist James Kimberley and corporate partner Duncan Firman, along

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Wake Smith chairman Nick Lambert retires

Nick Lambert, chairman of Wake Smith Solicitors, has announced his retirement after nearly four decades in the law. Lambert, a commercial litigation solicitor, has been with the Sheffield law firm

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Philip Jordan joins Progeny Law

Progeny Law has appointed Philip Jordan as a director in Leeds. Jordan, who has joined the corporate legal services arm of professional services firm Progeny from Ward Hadaway, has more

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Qualifying solicitors offered permanent roles at LCF Law

Three trainee solicitors at Yorkshire-based LCF Law have all successfully qualified and been offered permanent roles at the firm, across its corporate and personal divisions. Clare Bennett, Patricia Obawole and

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Blacks Solicitors advises Production Park on sale of subsidiaries to US firm

Blacks Solicitors has advised Wakefield-based live events campus Production Park on the sale of subsidiaries Brilliant Stages and LS-Live to US live technology firm TAIT. Home to more than 20

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Blacks Solicitors coordinates transfer of Perega to employee ownership

Blacks Solicitors has overseen and helped coordinate the restructure of civil and structural engineering consultancy Perega. The law firm was chosen for its long-standing relationship with the business and the

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Lupton Fawcett retains Ellie Leatherday and Madeline Keast

Yorkshire law firm Lupton Fawcett has retained two newly qualified solicitors. Ellie Leatherday and Madeline Keast join the employment and corporate law teams, respectively, and will be based at the