You are here
Home > Legal

Chadwick Lawrence Welcome 4 New Trainees to the Firm

Yorkshire’s Legal People, Chadwick Lawrence, has recently appointed four new trainees at the firm following a number of internal promotions. The legal firm are keen in investing in their internal talent to develop and strengthen the already existing expert team. The new trainees are Sophie Foster and Ellie Hirst who began their

Clarion welcomes another five new starters

Clarion is continuing to grow with another five people joining the Leeds law firm in recent months. The latest recruits to join the Clarion team include associates Kate Fernyhough, Sarfraz Iqbal, Helen Spalding and Nicky Beynon; and debt recovery executive Shelian Craig. After four years working both in-house and for a law

Wake Smith boosts Litigation team

Sheffield based Wake Smith Solicitors has strengthened its Litigation and Dispute Resolution department with the appointment of Mike Doherty as an Associate. Mike joins the team with more than 15 years’ experience in disputes including contractual, property, insolvency and shareholder and partnership. His experience also covers equity and trust based claims, negligence

Clarion’s costs team wins national recognition

Clarion’s costs and litigation funding team is one of only two firms across the UK to have been ranked by Chambers & Partners as a Band 1 firm for legal costs services. Partner, Andrew McAulay, who heads the costs practice, has also been ranked as a leading individual. Clarion’s 25-strong team

Yorkshire law firm wins landmark legal case

Yorkshire law firm, LCF Law, has secured victory in a landmark legal case that has set a new precedent in insolvency law. The judgement in the Pillmoor v Miah case reviews all previous case law in this complex area, and confirms that without exceptional circumstances, or an ‘express agreement’ or evidence

Keebles LLP advises German chocolate manufacturer Weinrich on shareholder transaction

Yorkshire law firm Keebles LLP has advised Ludwig Weinrich GmbH & Co. KG (Weinrich) on the acquisition of its majority shareholding in global Fairtrade company Divine Chocolate Limited. Germany-headquartered Weinrich, who have produced Divine’s chocolate since the company was established in 1998, have acquired a majority shareholding in the company. Led by

Divorce during the Covid-19 pandemic is not just a statistic

Recent reports have revealed that a number of legal firms are experiencing a marked increase in divorce enquiries during the lockdown, with couples citing financial woes and being stuck in close confinement as reasons for separation, but one Yorkshire law firm is keen to stress the reality behind the headlines. Rachel

Top