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7 of the most exciting property developments coming to Manchester in 2019 & beyond

Richard Hamilton, head of the Davis Blank Furniss property team, discusses some of the most exciting property developments coming to Manchester in 2019 & beyond. View Richard’s profile. Being based in the centre of Manchester means we have the privilege of seeing our city grow on a daily basis. It’s currently a hive of cranes... Read the rest of this entry →

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Our Family Team Grows with New Appointment

We are delighted to announce that Brigid O’Malley has joined our Family team as a solicitor. Brigid’s new role will see her acting on behalf of clients seeking advice and assistance in relation to family matters including divorce, civil partnership dissolution, nullity, domestic abuse, financial proceedings and children proceedings. She will be working closely with... Read the rest of this entry →

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Employment Law Newsletter – October 2013

The Cost of Tribunal Claims Former winner of ‘The Apprentice” Stella English has successfully defended Lord Sugar’s claim for legal costs of £50,000 after she failed in her claim of constructive dismissal against the business mogul. This was despite the fact the original tribunal stated that the case should never have been brought. The panel... Read the rest of this entry →

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Claiming for Clinical Negligence – A Guide

Clinical negligence is a specialist area of personal injury law and it’s one that we – as a firm – feel very passionately about.  When someone is injured at the hands of a medical professional the outcome can be very significant with lives being changed forever. Different clients have different motivations when pursuing a claim... Read the rest of this entry →

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Celebrity Divorces -v- the reality

The Law Society has recently warned that celebrity divorces are giving ordinary couples an unrealistic view about what to expect when going through a divorce. Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi’s recent divorce seemed to be dealt with very quickly, which is becoming a more common trend for celebrities who can afford to walk away from... Read the rest of this entry →

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Surveys – Which one do I choose?

Buying a property is likely to be the biggest investment you will ever make.  As such, it is important to take advice and make the right choices throughout the process.  One choice you will need to make is which type of survey to have carried out on the property.  It should be remembered that the... Read the rest of this entry →

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Glossop Working Mums Networking Group

When I moved to work in Glossop, a place where I live with my husband and children, I very much felt that I didn’t want to sit behind my desk, shuffling papers all day, but that I really wanted to get out into the community and build a really good network of local contacts. I... Read the rest of this entry →

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Wills & Business Owners

Wills & Business Owners Do you have an interest in a business?  If so, it is important that you ensure your Will makes full use of the exemptions that are available in order to reduce your family’s inheritance tax (IHT) liability. Each individual has an IHT threshold of £325,000 and anything over this is taxed... Read the rest of this entry →

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Employment Law Newsletter – August 2013

What’s New The Practice Direction (Employment Appeal Tribunal – Procedure) 2013 came into force on Monday, 29 July 2013. Changes include: The introduction of fees (see our previous blog); Judges hearing appeals alone; and Amendments made to the Employment Appeal Tribunal Rules. The overriding principle is that all cases in the Employment Tribunals must be... Read the rest of this entry →

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Employment Law Newsletter – June 2013

Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 On 25th June 2013, most of the provisions in this Act relating to whistle-blowing will come into force. Therefore, if the principal reason for a dismissal is that a worker made a protected disclosure, then the normal two year qualifying period for unfair dismissal and the cap on the... Read the rest of this entry →

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