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Wake Smith takes a step up in legal rankings

Wake Smith Solicitors’ expertise in clinical negligence and commercial litigation has earned the company increased rankings by organisers of the national benchmark for the best of the legal profession. Terry Regan’s team at Wake Smith was seen by analysts from The Legal 500 2017 as a go-to firm for clinical negligence

Wake Smith renews legal quality mark

Sheffield based Wake Smith Solicitors has retained the coveted Lexcel accreditation for the fourth year running based on excellence in legal practice management and client care. Lexcel is the Law Society's legal practice quality mark and sets the required standard in seven different areas: structure and strategy, financial management, information management,

Sheffield bakery expands

Pictured are Mark Johnstone, general manager at Roses the Bakers with Tom Weightman of Wake Smith at Sheffield's new Fulwood Bakery   A Sheffield family bakery has expanded its operations with a fifth store serving the south-west of the city.   Roses The Bakers' latest outlet for its award-winning range of bread, confectionery, savoury

Wake Smith completes £40m plus deals in 12 weeks

Pictured are Wake Smith Solicitors corporate team members John Baddeley, Rebecca Robinson, Gavin Hesketh and Duncan Shepherd   Sheffield’s Wake Smith Solicitors has completed corporate deals worth a cumulative value of more than £40m in the last three months.  The high-profile deals included the acquisition by the Red Industries group of a non-hazardous landfill

Solicitor uncovers South Yorkshire hospital trust investigation

Pictured is Scott Haslam from Wake Smith   A legal case, undertaken by Sheffield’s Wake Smith Solicitors, has uncovered a South Yorkshire hospital's high-level investigation into its own failures surrounding the diagnosis and treatment of deep vein thrombosis (DVT).   Wake Smith was contacted by a 43-year-old Rotherham woman who was diagnosed with

Wake Smith make sense of recruitment

Pictured is Mark Serby   Companies looking for advice on recruitment can take advantage of a half day conference by employment law specialists at Wake Smith Solicitors.  Directors Mark Serby and Holly Dobson from Wake Smith will be joined by Joanne Wurpillot from Integra HR at the event on Friday October 21 at the

UK car parts supplier chooses Goldthorpe HQ

A UK "eTailer" of car-parts has taken a 31,000 sq ft base at Barnsley's Goldthorpe Power Park as its first mainland site., which was founded in Ireland in 2004 and now supplies 5.6m product listings to more than 120 countries, has chosen Unit 2 at Goldthorpe Power Park as its