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Landmark insurance case features in Legal Business

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A landmark case in which Royds LLP won a resounding victory last week has been featured on the Legal Business website. To read the full article, please click here.

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City law firm wins landmark insurance case

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City-based solicitors Royds LLP today celebrated a resounding victory for their clients in a landmark professional indemnity insurance (PII) case heard at London’s Commercial Court.

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Jewellery industry giants agree to join forces

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The British Jewellers’ Association (BJA) and the National Association of Goldsmiths will be combined to form the National Association of Jewellers.

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Royds client wins legal fight against her brother to keep her London flat

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A woman represented by Royds Solicitors has won a lengthy legal battle against her brother to keep her £800,000 flat. Interior designer Sunita Day had been disinherited by her mother, the restaurateur Pamela Russell, who died in 2013. All of …

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Law firm further strengthens its litigation team

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Royds has welcomed two new members to its Dispute Resolution team. Jacinta Conway, who specialises in property litigation, has become the firm’s latest partner, while Tessa Saunders has been appointed as a solicitor. Jacinta, who trained with a London-based law …

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Withy King’s Rebecca Stevens shortlisted for third national award

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Rebecca Stevens, a family solicitor at Withy King, has been shortlisted for the Law Society Gazette’s Legal Personality of the Year Award. The finalists for the Law Society Excellence Awards 2015 have been selected by a panel of senior industry …

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City law firm awarded quality mark

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City solicitors Royds have been awarded Lexcel, the Law Society’s legal practice quality mark for excellence in legal practice management and client care.

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Tougher rules introduced for street fundraisers

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Several more local authorities have introduced tighter restrictions on charity fundraisers operating in their town centres.

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Zero hours contracts are “carefully monitored”

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Charities have defended their use of zero-hours contacts, following renewed scrutiny of flexible working arrangements. An increasing number of third sector organisations admit to employing staff on a zero-hours basis, but most say that they make up a small minority …

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Charity Commission to receive stronger powers to tackle extremism

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The Government will introduce tough new laws to investigate charities which are suspected of misappropriating funds for extremist causes.

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Charities asked their view on proposed legal changes

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The Law Commission recently published Technical Issues in Charity Law – a formidable wedge of paper that could see several significant changes to current laws.

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London law firm welcomes new partner to the Corporate team

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London-based solicitors Royds have appointed a new partner to its Corporate and Commercial department, as they continue to strengthen their commercial services in the City.

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