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Office Christmas parties need same Covid safeguards as workplace

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A Worcestershire employment lawyer is warning bosses to treat the work Christmas party in the same way as the workplace when it comes to the risk of Covid-19. Specialist Kate Jones has issued the warning following reports that many businesses have cancelled...

Appointment of Danielle Elcock

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mfg Solicitors has appointed a new expert conveyancer to its growing Residential Property team. Experienced property specialist and licensed conveyancer Danielle Elcock has joined the firm’s Telford office where she will assist buyers and sellers with...

Admired Shropshire lawyer retires as next generation steps up

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A widely respected Shropshire lawyer will retire next month after almost five decades in the legal profession. Commercial property expert Michael Payne is set to retire as a partner at law firm mfg Solicitors after a successful career which has spanned 48...

Partner appointment - Liz Hulland

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A Ludlow legal firm has bolstered its Residential Property department with the appointment of a new specialist partner. Liz Hulland has joined Corve Street-based mfg Solicitors and will work across Ludlow and the wider county advising the firm’s...

Popular Kidderminster lawyer to retire after 45-year career

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A respected Kidderminster solicitor is set to pass on the baton to the next generation after over four decades in the legal profession. Commercial property expert Peter Copsey, a consultant and former partner and vice chairman at law firm mfg Solicitors,...

Link up announced with Bromsgrove's Primrose Hospice

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A Bromsgrove law firm is set to support a local hospice for the next 12 months as part of a new charity partnership. Staff at mfg Solicitors have voted for Primrose Hospice to be its local charity for the next year with a variety of events planned to...

Alert on NHS staff exodus following Covid vaccination decision

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One of the region’s leading employment lawyers has warned there is a risk some frontline NHS workers may leave the profession following the government’s decision to make Covid vaccines mandatory. The warning comes from employment expert Sally...

Flexible working requests a "double-edged sword" for employers

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A Midlands lawyer is urging employers to settle flexible working requests with their staff as soon as they start work, amid concerns changes to the law could lead to a surge in claims. Darryll Thomas said the switch to home-working for many during the...

DIY wills a "false economy" as final wishes disputed in court

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A Midlands lawyer is warning people about the dangers of DIY wills, amid an increase in contested probate cases. Will Jones, an associate and wills specialist at law firm mfg Solicitors, said more and more estates were being disputed in court – with a...

Fire and re-hire schemes risk costing more than they save

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A Midlands employment lawyer has warned the region’s businesses not to follow in the footsteps of major firms that have implemented harsh ‘fire and re-hire schemes,’ unless it is a last resort. Kate Jones, an associate at mfg Solicitors,...

Law firm expands private client team

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A Midlands law firm has expanded its private client division following an increase in demand for services such as will writing, probate and power of attorney. mfg Solicitors has announced the appointment of Tristan Lewis as a senior associate, with Will...

Lasting Power of Attorney overhaul 'open to abuse and fraud'

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Plans to overhaul the system for seeking Lasting Power of Attorney risk leaving vulnerable people open to abuse and fraud, a leading wills and probate lawyer has warned. Tristan Lewis has responded to a government consultation on the changes, expressing his...

Discrimination case sends flexible working warning

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The high-profile case of an estate agent who won a sex discrimination claim against her employer highlights the importance of businesses considering flexible working requests seriously, says a Midlands employment lawyer. Kate Jones, an associate at law firm...

Commercial property team boosted with partner appointment

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Midlands legal firm mfg Solicitors has expanded its commercial property team with the appointment of a new partner. Experienced lawyer Beth Margetson has joined mfg, bringing with her many years of expertise on all aspects of commercial property, including...

Law firm's family team expands after growth in demand

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A Midlands law firm has expanded its family division amid rising demand for its services including advice around cohabitation and pre-nuptial agreements. mfg Solicitors has welcomed newly-qualified lawyers Amy McGowan-Docherty and Katie Banks to its...

Good Grief Cafe returns to in person meetings

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A Ludlow-based group for bereaved families to support each other following the loss of loved ones has re-united in person for the first time following the end of Covid restrictions. Led by Ludlow solicitor Janna Vigar, Hands Together Ludlow’s The Good...

Covid Bounce Back Loans a "debt mountain" for businesses

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Billions of pounds worth of loans to help small and medium sized enterprises survive the coronavirus pandemic are a “debt mountain” businesses should start to pay off as soon as possible. That is the message from leading corporate and commercial...

Employers warned to check contracts on hybrid and home working

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In light of the Government’s decision to end the requirement to work from home, employers have been urged to check their contracts of employment before calling on staff to stop working remotely. Midlands employment lawyer Sally Morris said firms may...

Don't cut corners in scramble to fill vacant posts

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Businesses looking to recruit and fill vacancies as the UK emerges from lockdown are being warned not to cut corners when it comes to their legal duties. Midlands employment lawyer Darryll Thomas has said firms in the region are likely to be advertising...

Lawyer reminds homeowners as Stamp Duty holiday rules change

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A Midlands property lawyer has reminded homeowners that the Government’s Stamp Duty holiday will continue after this month despite thresholds being changed. Conveyancing expert Sharon Lerry fears that some buyers and sellers in the county believe that...

Employment lawyer warns care home sector over mandatory vaccines

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A leading employment lawyer has alerted care home owners that they must not sidestep the Government’s expected compulsory vaccination programme for frontline care home workers. The warning comes from Sally Morris as senior Whitehall figures are...

Sally Morris warns care home sector over mandatory vaccines

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A leading employment lawyer has alerted care home owners that they must not sidestep the Government’s expected compulsory vaccination programme for frontline care home workers. The warning comes from Sally Morris as senior Whitehall figures are...

Annual leave and paid holiday no longer "use it or lose it"

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Employees are being reminded they are now legally entitled to carry over up to 20 days of annual leave to the next two financial years under changes to working time regulations. Midlands employment lawyer Kate Jones said the move, introduced because of the...

Wedding rules risk rows between couples and venues

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Engaged couples across the West Midlands are facing difficult discussions with their wedding venues following the relaxation of coronavirus rules. Commercial litigation lawyer Jessica McSorley, from law firm mfg Solicitors, has warned that while many people...

mfg Solicitors announces ten partner and associate promotions

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Midlands law firm mfg Solicitors has announced the promotions of ten specialists following another year of growth across a variety of departments. Award-winning farming expert Alexandra Phillips is promoted to partner within the firm’s...

Employment lawyer issues IR35 alert to Midlands firms

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A leading Midlands employment lawyer has warned businesses across the region that sweeping changes to rules on using contractors have now come into force. The alert has been issued by Sally Morris, partner and head of employment at law firm mfg Solicitors,...

Insolvency rules extension gives businesses "breathing space"

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The extension of temporary measures to protect businesses and their directors during the coronavirus pandemic has been welcomed by corporate lawyer Sam Pedley. Mr Pedley, a partner at Midlands law firm mfg Solicitors, said businesses had been given vital...

Support for Worcester Foodbank

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A Worcester legal firm has donated £1,000 to support the work of the Worcester Foodbank as it continues to support thousands of people and families across the city. Through its Corporate and Social Responsibility (CSR) Committee, mfg Solicitors, which...

New associate at mfg's Telford office

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mfg Solicitors has announced the appointment of experienced lawyer Andy Ward who joins the company as an associate solicitor at the firm’s Telford office. Mr Ward will provide expert commercial property legal services and advice to clients across...

Kidderminster law firm donates £1,000 to support town's Foodbank

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A Kidderminster law firm has donated £1,000 to support the work of the town’s Foodbank as it continues to support thousands of people and families across the  Wyre Forest. Birmingham Road-based mfg Solicitors has donated the four-figure sum...

Landowners warned over rising numbers of abandoned horses

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Landowners are being warned to be vigilant due to the rise in abandoned horses caused by the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Equine charities and landowners have reported a significant rise in the number of abandoned horses and ponies over the past...

Use extended furlough scheme to plan for 'new normal', urges lawyer

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Businesses given a further lifeline with the extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme should use the time to plan carefully for life after furlough. Employment lawyer Sally Morris said firms had been given a boost by Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s...

Mums reminded of contact rights as Mother's Day looms

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Mothers are being reminded that their children have the right to spend time with them if they so wish, particularly on special occasions. As Mother’s Day approaches on 14 March, respected family lawyer Rupinder Nandra is warning mums in advance that...

OakNorth Bank funded buyout unlocks next phase of growth

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OakNorth Bank funded buyout unlocks next phase of growth for engineering specialists The management team of Birmingham firm FBS Intelligent Engineering (iE) Limited (“FBSiE”), a leading provider of mechanical and electrical services, has...

mfg strengthens commercial litigation offering

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Midlands legal firm mfg Solicitors has strengthened its commercial litigation offering with the appointment of a new consultant solicitor. Widely respected dispute resolution specialist James Ng has joined mfg and will play a key role in leading the...

Businesses warned of costly claims following Uber court case

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Businesses across the Midlands must consider whether they are incurring liability worth potentially tens of thousands of pounds following the landmark Supreme Court ruling of the long running saga involving Uber drivers. The warning has come from employment...

Law firm appoints new partner as Private Client team expands

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A Midlands legal firm has bolstered its Private Client department with the appointment of a new partner. Giles Scott has joined mfg Solicitors as a partner and divisional head of the firm’s 38-strong Private Client offering. Based at mfg’s Adam...

Midlands law firm mfg Solicitors expands corporate team

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Midlands law firm mfg Solicitors has strengthened its respected corporate team with a double appointment. The 38-partner firm, which has offices across Worcestershire, Shropshire and in central Birmingham, has appointed solicitors Matt Allen and Dan...

End of 'unfair' leasehold deals a game changer for home owners

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A radical shake-up of leasehold laws will prevent future home owners being trapped in “unfair” contracts, a leading Worcestershire property lawyer says. Richard Connolly, partner at law firm mfg Solicitors, says the sweeping changes, the biggest...

Covid insurance ruling a "lifeline for small businesses"

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Small businesses who want to claim insurance for the disruption caused by the coronavirus should feel empowered by a landmark court ruling, a leading Midlands solicitor has said. Jessica McSorley said last week’s verdict in the Supreme Court against...

Farmers to watch closely as payment scheme changes take shape

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Big changes to the way that farmers and landowners are awarded funding took effect from 1 January 2021 – but the full picture is still to emerge. Agricultural lawyer Alexandra Phillips is urging landowners to make sure they watch closely as the new...

Cancelled and postponed weddings don't need to end in tiers

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Couples who have to cancel or postpone their weddings due to the coronavirus pandemic do not have to be left out of pocket. Commercial litigation lawyer Jessica McSorley has moved to reassure couples who were planning a wedding in 2021 and are unsure...

Separated parents urged to minimise Christmas Covid risk

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Divorced and separated parents who share custody of their children are being urged to discuss their plans for Christmas with each other well in advance to minimise the risk of spreading Coronavirus. Family lawyer Rupinder Nandra says that children with...

Businesses advised to protect assets as deep recession looms

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Businesses in the West Midlands are being advised how to protect their assets from a deepening recession. Corporate and commercial lawyer James Hayes says more family and individually owned firms will be looking to protect their cash and other assets, such...

New restructuring and insolvency advice team

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A Midlands law firm has launched a new legal team to help steer the region’s business leaders through the current economic crisis. mfg Solicitors, which has offices across West Midlands, has unveiled its Restructuring and Insolvency team which is led...

Kind-hearted law firm donates to Kidderminster's KEMP Hospice

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A generous Wyre Forest law firm has donated £1,000 to a Kidderminster hospice to help the charity cope with the Covid-19 crisis. Staff from Birmingham Road-based mfg Solicitors have donated the money to KEMP Hospice’s Resilience Fund Appeal as...

Employers warned over new job support scheme

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Businesses planning to use the Government’s new job support lifeline are being warned they cannot use it to avoid making redundancies. Employment specialist Sally Morris said the six-month Covid-19 Job Support Scheme unveiled by the Chancellor only...

Legal 500 - Legal experts make elite list again

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Specialist lawyers from a Midlands law firm have been named among the best in the UK within the 2021 edition of the Legal 500. Experts from mfg Solicitors are named in the elite legal list - with two teams ranked in the number one spot. Highlighted in the...

Homeworking warning over security of confidential data

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Bosses across the region are being warned about the need to ensure confidential data is secure as staff prepare to work from home for the foreseeable future. Employment specialist Darryll Thomas has issued the alert as he says many employers believed...

Newly qualified solicitors complete training contracts

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Three up and coming county solicitors are celebrating after completing their training contracts. Kidderminster-based lawyers Katie Hodson, Abbey Jones and Victoria Wall have completed their respective training contracts and are now set to take on more...

Midlands businesses get 'recovery space' with new laws

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Sweeping changes to insolvency laws hurried through Parliament have bought businesses in the Midlands vital recovery time. That is the verdict of leading insolvency lawyer Sam Pedley, who says firms should draw confidence from the measures that will help...

Families reassured of Covid 'rule of six'

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Divorced and separated parents are being reassured that the new rules banning more than six people from meeting up will not stop them seeing their children. Family lawyer Rupinder Nandra has moved to clarify the so-called ‘rule of six’ for...

Farmers must seek advice over option agreements

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With farmers and landowners continuing to be approached by developers, a leading agricultural lawyer has warned it is vital that all bases are covered in development or option agreements. The alert has come from award-winning farming expert Alexandra...

Stamp Duty holiday is boosting housing market

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One of the Midlands leading residential property lawyers has praised the Government’s Stamp Duty Land Tax reduction for giving a ‘shot in the arm’ to speed up the county’s housing market. David Faulkner, an associate at mfg...

Lawyer's charity cycle ride in memory of newsreader brother

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One of Worcestershire’s most respected solicitors is set to take part in a 90-mile charity cycle in memory of his brother and to raise money for three national charities. Iain Morrison, vice-chairman and Head of the Agriculture and Rural Affairs...

Struggling farming sector should diversify to thrive

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A leading agricultural solicitor has urged farmers to grasp every opportunity they can to diversify following the Covid-19 outbreak. Helen Gough, a partner at law firm mfg Solicitors, says that the rural sector will inevitably get back to normal in the...

Clare Lang appointed head of Corporate division

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A Midlands law firm has appointed a new head of its Corporate department following a period of sustained growth. mfg Solicitors, which has offices in Worcestershire, Shropshire and Birmingham has appointed partner and corporate law specialist Clare Lang as...

Ludlow law firm donation helps keep vital lifeline running

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A local charity who are helping isolated and vulnerable people during the coronavirus pandemic has received a funding boost from a Ludlow law firm. A £1,000 donation from Corve Street-based mfg Solicitors is helping Hands Together Ludlow to continue...

Businesses warned of consequences for abusing furlough

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Businesses in the West Midlands are being warned they will face severe financial penalties if they try to step outside the Government’s furlough scheme. Leading employment lawyer Sally Morris said there has been a rise in calls to the employment team...

Shorter shop leases loom due to Covid-19

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Shorter and more flexible leases on shops are likely to become the norm while some stores may even be turned into homes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, a leading property lawyer has said. Research suggests only a third of rents due in the retail...

Competition law change a lifeline for dairy farmers

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A change in competition law that will help prevent potentially thousands of litres of milk a day going to waste is a vital lifeline for dairy farmers, a leading Worcestershire agricultural lawyer has said. Rural expert Iain Morrison has praised the...

Partner, Senior Associate and Associate promotions

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mfg Solicitors has announced eleven promotions including two new Partners, seven Senior Associates and two Associates. Respected agriculture and rural affairs expert Helen Gough is promoted to Partner. Joining mfg Solicitors in October 2014, Helen has...

Firms must consider how to retain staff after restrictions lift

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Employers should start putting plans in place now to keep hold of skilled staff once the coronavirus lockdown and restrictions are lifted, or risk losing them to competitors. That is the warning from Midlands employment lawyer Chris Amys, who says despite...

Farmers face staff shortage in fight to feed Britain

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Farmers are facing a battle to find and recruit staff to save this year’s harvest, amid concerns of a national shortfall of around 80,000 workers. The coronavirus pandemic has meant a drop in the number of staff employed as fruit and vegetable...

Divorced parents must put children first in Covid-19 crisis

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Divorced and separated parents are being urged to put their children’s health first and re-think custody arrangements as the country battles the coronavirus pandemic. Children can continue to move between their parents’ homes despite the...

Mortgage 'holiday' will help but loans will take longer to pay off

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A Midlands property lawyer has welcomed a government scheme which has seen homeowners and landlords able to apply for a three-month mortgage holiday to get them through the coronavirus crisis – but warned it will take longer to pay off their loan. ...

Parents warned over gifts and loans to children

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Parents across the Midlands who are considering giving their children a loan from “the bank of mum and dad” are being warned to ensure it is secure in case relationships breakdown. Lawyer Richard Connolly said unsecured cash gifts and loans from...

Midlands mums reminded of contact rights as Mother's Day looms

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Mothers are being reminded that their children have the right to spend time with them if they so wish, particularly on special occasions. As Mother’s Day approaches on 22 March, respected family lawyer Rupinder Nandra is warning mums in advance that...

Worcester law firm backs young swim stars for third year running

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A Worcester firm of solicitors has helped a popular city swimming club for the third year running with a £500 donation. Lawyers at Tything-based mfg Solicitors gave the donation to Worcester Swimming Club to help them hold their annual awards evening,...

Popular farming legal seminar returns to Ludlow

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Legal issues affecting Ludlow’s farmers and landowners will be covered at a free annual agricultural seminar taking place on Tuesday 10 th March. Rural specialists from Ludlow law firm mfg Solicitors, and colleagues from the Country Land &...

Shareholders urged to check their rights in company disputes

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Shareholders who do not own a controlling stake in businesses are being urged to check their rights in the event of disputes with directors and other stakeholders. Commercial litigation lawyer Sam Pedley believes too many minority shareholders think they...

Marriage can't protect assets against dementia, couples told

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Couples have been warned that just being married is ‘no protection’ for their assets or property if either the husband or wife suffers from dementia or a stroke. Peter Stephens, from law firm mfg Solicitors, has warned that married couples...

Law firm acts on successful six-figure Fastfit buy-out deal

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A Midlands law firm has advised on the management takeover of a UK vehicle fleet accessories installer. Corporate and commercial specialists at mfg Solicitors, which has offices in Worcestershire, Shropshire and Birmingham, acted for FastFit Nationwide Ltd...

Alert issued ahead April second property tax change

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A leading tax specialist has warned Midlands homeowners who rent out another property that they must prepare ahead of a ‘game-changing’ Whitehall tax change. From April, those who own more than one house may pay higher taxes when they come to...

Relatives must use their power to speak up

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Families of people receiving poor care in hospital are being urged not to lose their power to speak out on their behalf and secure a Lasting Power of Attorney for Health and Welfare. The Lasting Power of Attorney for Health and Welfare is often confused...

Employment lawyer issues IR35 alert

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A leading Midlands employment lawyer has warned private sector businesses to be fully prepared ahead of sweeping changes to rules on using contractors. The alert has been issued by Sally Morris, partner and head of employment at law firm mfg Solicitors,...

Midlands firms advise on software firm's employee buy-out deal

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A Midlands law firm and a national accountancy practice have played lead roles advising over the employee buy-out of award-winning Alcester software company, Vectric Ltd. Corporate partner Clare Lang and trusts expert Gary Priest from mfg Solicitors advised...

Legal duo qualify as law firm continues its growth path

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Two lawyers have been unveiled as the latest new qualifiers at a leading Worcestershire legal firm. Jessica McSorley and Jessica Moore have completed their two-year training contracts with mfg Solicitors and have now taken up permanent roles. The pair...

Law firm bolsters commercial property team

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Leading Midlands law firm mfg Solicitors has strengthened its commercial property team with the double appointment of a new partner and an associate. Clare Regan has joined the regional firm as a partner and divisional head of its widely respected...

Property lawyer warns over last £3,000 Help to Buy ISA opportunity

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A Midlands property lawyer has warned first-time homebuyers that the Government’s popular Help to Buy ISA scheme is set to close. The alert has come from residential property specialist Javed Ahmed, an associate at county firm mfg Solicitors. Mr...

New Birmingham partnership set to make a social difference

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A new partnership which will support businesses in forming their social responsibility plans has been launched by two Birmingham companies. Law firm mfg Solicitors and business consultancy Oaks, both based in the Jewellery Quarter, have linked up to work...

Alert issued as water abstraction licence deadline looms

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A leading agricultural lawyer has warned those looking to continue to legally abstract water from privately-owned land may have only a matter of months to apply for a licence. The Environment Agency announced last year that changes were being made to Water...

Bromsgrove law firm donate £1,950 to local cardiac arrest charity

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A law firm in Bromsgrove has donated £1,950 to a local charity which campaigns for venues and schools to have lifesaving defibrillators installed. Lawyers at mfg Solicitors made the donation to the Charlotte and Craig Saving Hearts Foundation (CCSHF)...

Nichola Wilson appointment

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A Shropshire law firm has strengthened its residential property department with the appointment of a new Associate Solicitor. Nichola Wilson, an expert in freehold and leasehold sales and purchases, shared ownership, new builds and the Right to Buy scheme,...

Success for Ludlow bereavement support group

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A family bereavement group which launched in Ludlow last summer has helped and supported around 30 local people since it was set up. The Good Grief Café was launched last September by local solicitor Janna Vigar and funeral director Victoria Allen,...

Employers warned on secret staff smartphone recordings

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Employers across the West Midlands are being warned their disciplinary procedures may be out of date when it comes to the rights of staff covertly recording conversations. The alert has been issued by leading employment lawyer Sally Morris who has warned...

Rising temperatures outside...and in the workplace

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In recent days we have enjoyed another great run of hot weather with pockets of high temperatures, as high as 35c in places, and wall-to-wall sunshine. The downside has meant employees travelling to the office and working in hot, uncomfortable conditions. ...

Ludlow lawyers take the lead through charity dog day

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Lawyers at a Ludlow law firm have held a ‘bring your dog to work’ day to help raise money for its chosen charity. The team at Corve Street-based mfg Solicitors brought six of their pooches into the office for a day’s work where they helped...

Law firm partners with professional will writing organisation

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A leading Midlands law firm has been chosen as a partner for a professional will writing body. The Institute of Professional Will Writers (IPW) has chosen mfg Solicitors due to its reputation in handling a wide variety of complex contentious probate...

Bromsgrove law firm donate £950 to local cardiac arrest charity

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A law firm in Bromsgrove has donated £950 to a local charity which campaigns for venues and schools to have lifesaving defibrillators installed. Lawyers at mfg Solicitors made the donation to the Charlotte and Craig Saving Hearts Foundation (CCSHF)...

Worcester solicitors donate to Maternity Bereavement Suite

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A Worcester law firm has donated over £1,450 to a hospital suite which provides a facility for parents who have experienced the tragic loss of a baby. Staff at mfg Solicitors, which is based on The Tything, have held events during the past 12 months...

Law firm's will writing week raises money for KEMP Hospice

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A charity will writing initiative has raised £4,000 for a Wyre Forest hospice. Experts from Kidderminster law firm mfg Solicitors donated their time to offer free will writing for the public with those taking part giving a voluntary donation to...

Two property specialists join Bromsgrove office

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Two property experts have joined one of Bromsgrove’s largest law firms. David Faulkner has been appointed as an associate at High Street-based mfg Solicitors, while Stephanie Rushfirth joins the firm as a solicitor. The pair will assist in a growing...

Senior associate promotions announced

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A Midlands legal firm has announced series of promotions as it continues its growth plans across the region. Law firm mfg Solicitors, which has offices across Worcestershire, Shropshire and in Birmingham, has announced the promotion of six specialist...

Lifetime achievement honour for agricultural lawyer

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A widely respected agricultural lawyer with more than 55 years’ experience in the rural legal world has been honoured with a lifetime achievement award. Jim Quinn, from law firm mfg Solicitors was recognised at the 2019 Worcestershire Law Society...

Law firm raises over £3,800 for Worcester's St Richard's Hospice

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Lawyers at a Worcester law firm have raised over £3,800 for local hospice as part of a Will-writing drive. mfg Solicitors recently offered its services for free in support of St Richard’s Hospice’s ‘Write a Will’ month –...

Worcester law firm backs young swim stars

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A Worcester firm of solicitors has helped a popular city swimming club for the second year running with a £500 donation. Lawyers at Tything-based mfg Solicitors gave the donation to Worcester Swimming Club to help them hold their annual awards...

mfg Solicitors and the CLA host spring farming seminar

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Over 70 landowners, rural business owners and land professionals attended a spring farming seminar in Ludlow – one of the region’s most popular agricultural events. Held at the town’s Ludlow Kitchen, the seminar was hosted by partners from...

Firms must plan ahead as April statutory payments increase looms

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Businesses have been warned they face financial penalties and potential director’s disqualification if they aren’t prepared ahead of statutory wage payments increasing on 1 April. The alert has been issued by Midlands employment lawyer...

Business leaders invited to free breakfast seminar

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Business leaders are being invited to a free breakfast seminar where experts discuss a range of corporate, legal, financial and tax matters. The seminar is being hosted by county law firm mfg Solicitors, alongside Prosperity Wealth, CK Chartered...

Don't cut corners when buying your home's freehold, warns lawyer

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A Worcestershire property lawyer has issued an alert to homeowners who are looking to buy the freehold to their property. Javed Ahmed, a solicitor at county law firm mfg Solicitors, has warned that ‘boxes must be ticked’ when going through the...