Each year we select six university students or graduates to work with us for a week, giving them a chance to experience life in a modern commercial law firm and to gain valuable experience across our fee-earning departments. Hugo Adams joined us in December 2019 for a week’s work experience with our Commercial Property department. […]
We work with many clients that are dealing with the consequences of not having contracts in place, and worryingly come to us when it’s too late. Getting a legally sound contract agreed at the beginning of every business transaction is critical. We spoke with Partner and Technology Specialist, Martin McKinnell, on the importance of having […]
Mental health is about how we think, feel and behave. It can go up and down, or around and around and different scenarios can place us in different places mentally. Laura Kirkpatrick is an Associate in our Employment and HR department and has provided the following advice on how businesses can look to manage mental […]
Following our annual flagship employment law event, our team with help from Yarm School have donated £500 to our nominated charity of 2019, Community Campus! A great addition to the year of fundraising we have committed to.
Even though the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR) feels like a dim and distant memory, organisations continue to grapple with data protection principles and how to achieve best practice.
Businesses don’t typically start out expecting to encounter a dispute, but matters can arise between businesses and/or individuals that can be difficult to resolve. We spoke to Ged Flanagan, Partner and head of department in the Commercial Disputes team about how to resolve a situation as early as possible and ensure minimal cost and disruption […]
As the cold weather draws in and we approach the Christmas break it can be difficult to keep staff motivated to achieve company objectives. Partner and employment law specialist Stephen Elliott explains how communication can help maintain momentum and increase morale.
Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston announced a £45 million pound investment into the digital and creative sector. This will kick-start a wider £250 million pound development creating the UK’s first Digital City. As the news breaks, we speak to our in-house technology expert and partner within our corporate and commercial team, Martin McKinnell about why it […]
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