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Kate Oldfield Interviewed by Huddled

Kate Oldfield – managing partner at Davis Blank Furniss – was recently in the hotseat for Huddled’s series of video interviews which features leading North West business leaders…. You can watch what she had to say here!

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Tribunal Fees: What they mean…

Today is a landmark day for employment law as it sees the introduction of tribunal fees for the first time since the introduction of the Employment Tribunals (ET) in 1965. The aim of introducing the fees is to reduce the number of claims that are issued in the ET. In 2010/2011, 218,000 claims were issued... Read the rest of this entry →

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Davis Blank Furniss Sees Large Rise in Will Disputes

Davis Blank Furniss has reported a 35% spike in new will dispute cases over the past 12 months (ending June 2013). The Private Client department, which handles wills for clients across the North West, saw the biggest rise in enquiries during the first half of this year. Reasons given during recent dispute claims have included;... Read the rest of this entry →

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Glossop Working Mum’s Networking Group Set to Launch

A new business networking group called Glossop Working Mum’s Networking Group is launching on Monday 24th June at 10.30am at The Soup Seller, Glossop. Organised by local law firm Davis Blank Furniss, each event will include an informal networking session as well as a more structured showcase where a couple of members will have the... Read the rest of this entry →

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Witter Scoops National STEP Award

Karen Witter – partner in our private client team – was yesterday named joint STEP Taxation of Trusts and Estates Student of the Year at a ceremony in London. STEP is the worldwide professional association for practitioners dealing with family inheritance and succession planning. It helps to improve public understanding of the issues families face... Read the rest of this entry →

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Davis Blank Furniss Completes Work on Sale of Alard

The Corporate & Property teams at Davis Blank Furniss have this week concluded their work with Alard Electrical Limited – the Stockport based contractor – on its recent sale to Spie. Andy McNish and Jessica Greenhalgh from the Corporate department, along with Richard Hamilton – partner in the Property department – provided legal advice to... Read the rest of this entry →

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Davis Blank Furniss Adds to Family Team

Davis Blank Furniss is further strengthening its core Family department following the appointment of Kirsty Morbey as its newest assistant solicitor. Kirsty will be primarily based in the firm’s Glossop office and has joined from Slater & Gordon where she has worked for the last three years. Prior to that, Kirsty worked at Gorvins and... Read the rest of this entry →

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Davis Blank Furniss Sponsors Place North West AGM

Davis Blank Furniss recently sponsored Place North West’s AGM event at The Lowry in Salford Quays. Richard Hamilton – partner in our Property Department – introduced proceedings and keynote speakers included John Young – North West agent, Bank of England, Matt Crompton – joint managing director at Muse Developments and Tim Heatley – director of... Read the rest of this entry →

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HOTpod Launches in High Peak, Oldham &Tameside

HOTpod Launches in High Peak, Oldham &Tameside A brand new Collaborative Law service called HOTpod, which consists of family lawyers, financial professionals and family consultants, was launched in the High Peak, Oldham & Tameside area last night. The newly formed group includes some of the area’s best known firms and locally based professionals and is... Read the rest of this entry →

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Are the proposed Care Home Reforms all they seem?

Based on the recommendations of Andrew Dilnot the government will be reforming the way that people pay for their care from 2017. Although these reforms will provide extra help for people who face very high care home costs they come with caveats. The government is introducing a £75,000 cap on the costs an individual has... Read the rest of this entry →

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