Making a Will may not be the first thing you think about when booking your summer holiday but if you don’t already have one, it should be.
Having been asked to comment by the Shropshire Star, on my views on whether or not court proceedings should be filmed, it got me thinking about how this would be done.
Students in their final year at Coalbrookdale and Ironbridge C E Primary School are being encouraged to develop their commercial skills and help raise money for the school, by setting up and running their very own mini businesses.
As a solicitor who acts regularly for children who suffer from brain injuries and movement control problems, I was delighted to have the opportunity to look around Severndale School in Shrewsbury.
In the corporate and commercial team, we have been familiarising ourselves with some recent legislation which provides for a range of measures which will affect the information companies must give to Companies House.
Despite the well-meaning intentions of the Care Act 2014, which came into force a little over a year ago, two recently published reports have highlighted continuing problems with access to care and support.
Guidance has been provided by NICE (National Institute of Health and Care Excellence) in an effort to raise awareness of the importance of the recognition and fast treatment of sepsis.
From 30 June 2016, companies will have to declare who owns or controls them to Companies House. It marks the introduction of the People with Significant Control (PSC) register.
I have taken to heart my membership of the Lanyon Bowdler agricultural champion’s team and am I am delighted to announce we safe arrival of three new additions to the Humphries' household.
Whilst attending at the Lanyon Bowdler meeting room at the Shrewsbury Livestock Market earlier this week, in support of our “Agricultural Champions” Team, I had time to consider the importance of farm safety week 2016.
Much of the UK's employment law comes from the EU. In theory, this could all be repealed post-Brexit. However, this is generally considered to be unlikely, and indeed EU law might continue to exercise a significant influence going forward.
I recently received an invitation to the NFU Chairman’s lunch at Ludlow Racecourse to present the cheque, from funds raised at the quiz night held in May at The Ludlow Brewery, to The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI).
The other week I attended the Herefordshire Economic Forum. It was an event which brought together business leaders from both the public and private sectors to talk about what it is that makes Herefordshire great in a business context – and indeed w…
As I write there are only three days to go before the UK public have to make up their minds as to whether we will stay in or leave the EU. As a former nurse I decided to take a snapshot look at both sides of the argument on the effects leaving the EU…
Luke Morris recently began a week of work experience, starting on 13 June 2016. As part of his time with us he spent a day with in the Court of Protection team and I asked him to write a blog about what he has done during his week with Lanyon Bowdler…
Prior to joining Team Clinical Negligence as a paralegal, I enjoyed watching “Holby City” and “Casualty” and perhaps a bit of “House”, but that was the extent of my medical TV viewing.