It was a pleasure to attend the Young Enterprise Evening in Telford on 5 May 2016 with my colleague Lucy Todd.
I was delighted to be invited to the Mayor’s Awards Ceremony on Wednesday 27 April 2015. It was wonderful to see a wide variety of individuals, organisations and charities be recognised for the work within Shrewsbury over the past year.
The BBC reported recently that Margaret Aspinall, who lost her son at Hillsborough, told MPs it was a "disgrace" that in the first Hillsborough Inquests, South Yorkshire police were publicly funded during the Inquests but the families were not.
As the sunshine arrives this week more and more of us will be out in the fresh air getting some much needed exercise, perfect timing then for Action for Brain Injury week (9 - 15 May),which this year is focusing on their Concussion Aware campaign.
The Court of Appeal on 11 May heard the appeal from the High Court in the case of R (West Berkshire District Council and Reading Borough Council) v. Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government  EWCA Civ 441.
The Government is currently proposing to introduce fixed fees on all clinical negligence cases worth £250,000 or less. This follows changes that have seen the removal of legal aid in all but a few cases, the increase in court fees by 662% in April 20…
You may have seen previous blogs and E-Bulletins issued about Permitted Development Rights made under the new Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) (Amendments) Order 2016, which came into force on 6 April 2016.
A couple of weeks ago our team assistant Myfanwy Murray posted about the really important things about work in a law firm – since then we’ve had a chance to think about it, and we’ve realised there’s a few we desperately need to add to the list.
What a difference five years make...just 1827 little days
As a lawyer with a particular interest in cross border accidents last week's PEOPIL Young Lawyer conference in Amsterdam was a great opportunity to meet other lawyers in this area and learn about recent legal updates.
We have some exciting developments in Hereford, and would like to announce that, with effect from 1 May, Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors, will be merging with Beaumonts Solicitors.
During the recession figures showed that many people turned to self-employment when faced with redundancy and reduced hours. Happily a number of those people were successful and are enjoying fruitful careers as their own bosses.
Last month, we held our most successful conference yet, ‘Surviving Brain Injury - The Journey’, which took place at Theatre Severn in Shrewsbury. I am very proud to be able to write and reflect on the event having been one of the main organisers.
Almost all private companies (and limited liability partnerships) are now required to create and maintain a register of persons with significant control over them. This requirement was brought into force on 6 April 2016 by the Small Business, Enterpr…