12 Jan 2021
Electric vehicle usage is on the rise and soon all businesses in the UK will need to provide employee and customer electric car charging. Our associate commercial solicitor, James Young, talks us through some of the benefits and considerations of installing electric vehicle charge points, both for employers and commercial landlords.
11 Jan 2021
Wills & Probate
Leaving instructions for what should happen to your dependants, possessions and finances after your death is incredibly important and yet only around a third of UK adults have made a Will. With many people unsure as to what they should include in their Will, associate solicitor Afonwy Howell-Pryce, explains what you need to cover.
08 Jan 2021
As we gladly leave 2020 behind us and look forward to a brand new – hopefully much more positive - year ahead, our head of employment law, Daniel Wilde, gives his advice to employers about the new changes that they need to be prepared for this year.
07 Jan 2021
As the weather gets colder, the nights get darker and the ground gets icy, the risk of weather-related personal injuries tends to spike during the winter months. But if you hurt yourself in a public area, who is responsible and is it possible to claim compensation for your injury?
Senior associate solicitor in our Personal Injury department, Victoria Smithyman, answers some frequently asked questions around winter personal injury claims.
04 Jan 2021
Family & Matrimonial
As we emerge from our first ‘Covid Christmas’ straight into yet another lockdown here in Wales, Kate Thomas, our head of family law is expecting today to be very different from the usual ‘Divorce Day’.
22 Dec 2020
It’s fair to say that 2020 hasn’t been the year we had hoped for. With various lockdowns, school closures, cancelled holidays, postponed weddings and the loss of loved ones, it’s been an incredibly tough year for many.
But before we commit 2020 to the history books, we thought we’d look back on some of the moments from the year that embodied the positivity, compassion and camaraderie that emerged during some of the most difficult times.
18 Dec 2020
At the end of a year unlike any we have ever known, our chief executive, Joy Phillips, reflects on 2020, the challenges that it created and the resilience it has brought out in us all.
17 Dec 2020
As we come to the end of what has been an extremely challenging year for businesses and workers across the UK, Daniel Wilde, our head of employment law reflects on some of the milestone moments in 2020 and gives his view on what we can expect in the year ahead.
16 Dec 2020
Eating less, exercising more, learning a new skill and saving money always top the chart each year when we’re making our New Year’s Resolutions. But as we prepare to say goodbye to 2020 and consign it to the depths of history, hoping for a more positive year ahead, isn’t it also a good time for business leaders to take stock and start making some resolutions for their business as well as their personal lives?
15 Dec 2020
It’s certainly been a turbulent year for the UK housing market with activity rocketing from an all-time low to dizzy highs as the coronavirus crisis has continued to wreak havoc across the globe.
But with promising news of a vaccine now giving us all some much needed light at the end of the tunnel, what can we expect to happen to house prices in 2021? Our head of residential property, Wyn Williams, gives his view.
14 Dec 2020
Wills & Probate
As we get to the end of a year that most of us would like to forget, Afonwy Howell-Pryce, associate solicitor in our Wills and Probate department, explains why making a Will should be at the top of your New Year’s Resolutions list for 2021.