We are pleased to be able to open our offices to clients and visitors once more as of 1 July 2020. All visits will be by appointment only.
To enable us to welcome you to the office in line with current Government advice, we have put strict guidelines in place to ensure the health and safety of our clients/visitors and our staff.
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01 Jul 2020
The ongoing Coronavirus is presenting us all with daily challenges and is having an impact on the way we live our daily lives and run our businesses. At Harding Evans our priority as always is to provide our clients with the legal advice and support they need whilst looking after the wellbeing of our staff.
08 Jun 2020
As we enter Bike Week (6-14 June 2020), an annual celebration run by Cycling UK to showcase the simple pleasure of cycling, Victoria Hands, a legal executive in our Personal Injury department, examines the importance of staying safe on the roads and explains what to do if you do have an accident.
04 Jun 2020
With help from Harding Evans Solicitors, who acted on their behalf, Wales’ only specialist therapy centre for children with cerebral palsy, Cerebral Palsy Cymru, has completed on the purchase of a new building which will see its therapy centre moving to much bigger, more suitable premises despite the current challenges it is facing.
01 Jun 2020
On Friday 29th May 2020, the Chancellor announced three significant changes to the job retention scheme (“the Scheme”) and that the Scheme would end as at 31st October 2020. Our Head of Employment Law, Daniel Wilde, explains the key changes that have been announced, as well as providing details on how the scheme will end.
29 May 2020
One of our newest members to our team is Milena Roberts, our brilliant Head of HR and Facilities. Milena discusses a range of topics including her passion for pursuing a career in HR, as well as providing an insight in relation to her role at Harding Evans.
27 May 2020
As the property market in England reopens after six and a half weeks, our Head of Residential Property, Wyn Williams, gives his thoughts on how the market might look in Wales when we start to emerge from lockdown.
18 May 2020
Whilst our main focus during these unprecedented times is to support our clients, we are of course a business ourselves with a workforce without whom the business quite simply couldn’t function. Our newly appointed Head of HR and Facilities, Milena Roberts, shares some detail on the launch of our wellness hub for staff, what we are doing to support staff and the importance of implementing a positive culture.
15 May 2020
As businesses across Wales start to prepare for welcoming more employees back to base over the coming weeks and months, Dan Wilde, head of employment law at Harding Evans, examines the HR implications that all organisations will need to consider.
14 May 2020
The extension of the Job Retention Scheme has given businesses a very much needed lift. However, it has become apparent that there is a significant amount of information for decision makers to digest. Our Head of Employment, Daniel Wilde, provides an update on everything you need to know relating to the furlough scheme via a simplified Q&A.
14 May 2020
With the guidance relating to estate agents varying from England to Wales, it can cause confusion for people trying to sell their property. Our Head of Residential Property, Wyn Williams, dissects the guidance and has advice for property sellers.
12 May 2020
The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has today announced a four months' extension to the Job Retention Scheme (JRS). Currently, at least, 7.5 million employees have been furloughed in the UK. Daniel Wilde, our Head of Employment Law, dissects this latest update and explains how this will impact employers.
11 May 2020
Wills & Probate
We know that there is never a good time to talk about making a Will. It’s a sensitive subject and one that no-one likes to think about, particularly during these worrying times when we are all surrounded by daily news about illness and death.