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Manchester Town Hall

8 of Manchester’s most well known iconic landmarks

Our main office is based on Deangate in the centre of Manchester, meaning we’re privileged to spend every day working in historic, innovative surroundings. Manchester has a unique mix of modern, eye-catching architecture, and impressive, long-standing buildings steeped in history. As such, Manchester has a good number of easily recognisable landmarks, well worth a visit.... Read the rest of this entry →

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Manchester China Town

Top 10 Cultural Events coming to Manchester in 2019

We’ve barely scratched the surface of the new year, but already there’s such a busy calendar of great events scheduled to come to Manchester throughout 2019. There’s music, theatre and international culture all set to entertain and educate us this year, with so much to look forward to. We’ve put together a chronological list of... Read the rest of this entry →

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Charlotte Tyrer, Family and Private Client Paralegal at Davis Blank Furniss

Charlotte Tyrer – Trainee Solicitor in our Family department – discusses Islamic Marriages and Divorce

There have been a number of news articles in recent months with regard to marriages, celebrated in accordance with the Islamic faith, and what remedies are available to couples who have celebrated an Islamic marriage without an earlier or subsequent legal registration. As many will know, Nikah is a religious ceremony which is recognised as... Read the rest of this entry →

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The skyline of Manchester city centre

7 great reasons to visit Manchester

Manchester is known for so much. It’s the birthplace of some of the best bands and musicians, the home of two huge football clubs, and the hub of industrial development that has created centuries of progress. At Davis Blank Furniss, we’re proud to be based in the centre of this extraordinary city, with our offices... Read the rest of this entry →

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Manchester new building developments 2019

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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Part of the High peak, near Crowden

Seven reasons to visit the beautiful High Peak

Davis Blank Furniss are proud to be located at the heart of Manchester City Centre with our excellent Deansgate offices, but we also have a branch based just off the main high street in the lovely little town of Glossop. On the outskirts of the Peak District National Park, Glossop is a market town that... Read the rest of this entry →

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Alexandra Herbert at DBF Law

Alexandra Herbert on the GDPR and what it means for you and your company.

As of the 25th May 2018, the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) will be replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This will result in numerous changes to which businesses must comply with, as failure to do so could result in a fine of up to 4% of the annual global turnover (maximum fine... Read the rest of this entry →

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Davis Blank Furniss confirmed as new Glossop Golf Club headline sponsor

We are delighted to announce that Davis Blank Furniss is the new club sponsor of Glossop & District Golf Club in a three-year exclusive deal. Lewis Thompson – solicitor at our Glossop office said: “Davis Blank Furniss has been in Glossop since 1877 so we are delighted to be involved with such an historic club... Read the rest of this entry →

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Jessica Greenhalgh – solicitor in the Business and Employment teams – talks Brexit.

After a healthy upturn in the corporate/commercial legal marketplace in 2015/16, the referendum of June 2016 delivered Brexit. The High Court has of course recently ascertained the government alone does not have the authority to trigger Brexit and it must wait for a Parliamentary vote. The government will be appealing the decision in January….  time... Read the rest of this entry →

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Anita Shepherd on Wyatt v Vince

Yesterday there was a landmark (and much publicised) ruling in the case of Wyatt v Vince which saw the wife being given permission to proceed with her financial claims against her former husband whom she separated from 30 years ago and divorced 22 years ago.  The Supreme Court has ruled that the wife’s claims are... Read the rest of this entry →

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