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Withy King’s Summer of Sport

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We’re delighted to announce our staff and partners raised nearly £16,000 for our three nominated charities: Forever Friends Appeal, Wiltshire Air Ambulance and Headway Oxfordshire during the course of our 2014 Summer of Sport! Starting with the Bath Walk for Life …

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Withy King specialist wins Bath Solicitor of the Year

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A clinical negligence specialist has won the Bath Solicitor of the Year award at a ceremony in Bristol attended by over 300 law firm representatives and committee dignitaries. Ali Cloak, a solicitor in the Medical Negligence team at Withy King, won …

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Will-making services in aid of Prospect Hospice

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We are delighted to support Swindon-based Prospect Hospice’s “Make a Will Month” initiative, for the third year this November. We are offering people the chance to use our professional estate planning and Will drafting services in exchange for a donation to …

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Withy King sponsors Scope Family Information Day

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Withy King is proud to sponsor a family information day for Essex parents and carers of children with disabilities and special educational needs help by the disability charity Scope.

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Withy King acquires Edward Pilling & Co

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Royds Withy King acquired Headington based Edward Pilling & Co in 2014. Partner, Tom Gilman said, “We remain committed to Edward’s clients in Headington and the surrounding area, so whether you’re a new client or worked with Edward in the …

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Children’s charity to benefit from lawyers quiz night

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A children’s charity is set to benefit from raffle proceeds raised at a charity quiz night.

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Secondary Infringement – Retailers Exposed!

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Secondary infringement of copyright occurs where a person, in the course of his business, without the consent of the copyright owner, imports into this country or sells an infringing

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New bailiff rules give commercial tenants better protection

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New rules for seizing a commercial tenant’s goods in the event of unpaid rent have been introduced, which should give tenants better protection.

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Can I renew my lease? Statutory right to a lease renewal

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A tenant of a business lease has a statutory right to a lease renewal at the end of the contractual term.

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Zero Hours Contracts (“ZHCs”) – Good or Bad?

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ZHCs are those employment contracts between an employer and a worker where the employer is not obliged to provide the worker with any minimum working hours, and the

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Joint Ventures: International Considerations

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It is becoming increasingly common for companies to combine forces in order to maximise business opportunities, particularly in the area of design and technology.  Rather than

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Press statement: Christine Reaney v University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust & Mid Staffordshire Hospitals Foundation NHS Trust

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Yolande Wase, Associate in our Medical Negligence team acted for Mrs Christine Reaney, who sustained grade four pressure sores and additional injuries arising therefrom while in the care of hospitals under Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust and University Hospital of …

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