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Legal Q3 2023 Director's Award Winner - Harry Charalambous

Legal Q3 2023 Director's Award Winner - Harry Charalambous

Wed 17 January 2024

By HARRY CHARALAMBOUS

Congratulations to Harry Charalambous for winning our Q3 Legal Directors Award. Harry Charalambous, Solicitor in our Crime & Extradition department and based in our Westminster office has recently won our Q3 Legal Director’s Award. Harry's journey into law began...
Corporate Q3 2023 Director's Award Winner - Katie Higgins

Corporate Q3 2023 Director's Award Winner - Katie Higgins

Mon 15 January 2024

We'd like to congratulate Katie Higgins for winning our Q3 Corporate Directors Award.
IHT and probate - how it works, problems and risks

IHT and probate - how it works, problems and risks

Mon 8 January 2024

Where inheritance tax is or may be payable on an estate, matters can get quite confusing and complicated in terms of completing the correct forms and the interaction between the probate...
Performance Related Pay - types and how to document legally

Performance Related Pay - types and how to document legally

Mon 8 January 2024

Performance-related pay (PRP) is a widely used form of compensation that rewards employees based on their individual or team performance. It is a way for employers to motivate and retain...
Preference shares - reasons for issuing, risks and alternatives

Preference shares - reasons for issuing, risks and alternatives

Wed 3 January 2024

Preference shares are a class of shares within a company that give holders certain advantages or different right over ordinary shareholders. Uses...
What evidence is needed to apply for a non-molestation order?

What evidence is needed to apply for a non-molestation order?

Wed 3 January 2024

There is no single piece of evidence that guarantees being granted a Non-molestation order ("NMO") by the court. so it's important to build a strong case requires...
Authorised Guarantee Agreement - what is it and how does it work?

Authorised Guarantee Agreement - what is it and how does it work?

Wed 3 January 2024

What is an Authorised Guarantee Agreement? An Authorised Guarantee Agreement (AGA) is a form of guarantee where an existing tenant of a...
Employer redundancy guide

Employer redundancy guide

Mon 1 January 2024

Redundancy Law Guide for Employers Redundancy, while sometimes necessary, can be a complex and very stressful process. Read on to find...
Driving without due care and attention

Driving without due care and attention

Mon 1 January 2024

What is driving without due care and attention Driving without due care and attention, also known as careless driving, is a traffic...
How to deal with breach of contract - remedies and risks

How to deal with breach of contract - remedies and risks

Sun 31 December 2023

A contract is a binding agreement between two or more parties outlining respective rights and obligations. When one party fails to fulfill their contractual duties, this is a breach of contract,...


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Modern law awards winner 2023
Law Society Conveyancing Quality
The British Conveyancing Awards - Rebecca Kelly
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LEAP Modern Law Conveyancing Awards
Legal 500
Lexcel
Law Society Personal Injury
Modern law awards winner 2023
Law Society Conveyancing Quality
The British Conveyancing Awards - Rebecca Kelly
The British Conveyancing Awards - Mustafa Hassan
ISO 27001
ISO 9001
LEAP Modern Law Conveyancing Awards
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