Chambers UK 2014

"Clear, accurate, dynamic, reactive.  In one word: excellent!" 

"We get value because they close deals"

"A highly professional and cohesive firm"

"Consistently proactive in their approach, providing solutions rather than problems to complex issues"


Legal 500 2013

"Excels in giving clients substantially more partner time" 

The service is of an "excellent quality" 

Gives "practical and down-to-earth advice"
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Newsflash re Fines 30/01/2015
Corporate manslaughter and health and safety offences can result in unlimited fines or even a prison sentence. The courts try to apply a consistent approach to sentencing across England and Wales, and there is a Sentencing Council which publishes guidelines on the appropriate level of fine/prison sentence, depending on a range of factors, such as the severity of the offence, previous good record and size of the organisation being sentenced. MoreLink To More Detail About This Legal Update

Discrimination on the catwalk 26/01/2015
Six years ago, the fashion industry got a wake-up call on race, amid complaints that many shows and magazines only featured white models. Various initiatives were proposed, and some were even pursued (famously, Italian Vogue published an issue with only black models), at the end of which there was, according to the New York Times, “a notable increase” in the hiring of black models. It seems, however, that any improvement that there might have been was only temporary. MoreLink To More Detail About This Legal Update

IHT planning for business owners: business finance 22/01/2015
As a general rule, Inheritance Tax is payable on the net value of assets. In other words, debts are generally deductible when calculating what a person is worth for IHT purposes on death. However, the Finance Act 2013 introduced limitations on the deductibility of certain debts. MoreLink To More Detail About This Legal Update