Despite clothing, food and wood-burner stands drawing in equally as many families and day trippers as farmers to county agricultural shows these days, the trade tents where lawyers, accountants and agronomists are on hand to offer advice are still as busy as ever.Read more
Never mind the lack of gassy beer on tap substitute gases in the welding industry could be killing you!!
A Wrexham solicitor has warned that the substitution of other gases currently being used in welding processes due to a shortage of carbon dioxide (CO2) could have a lethal effect on the health of those working in the welding industry.Read more
A member of one of the largest family law teams in the region has gained the Law Society Family Law Accreditation.Read more
One of the area’s most prolific legal training firms has announced the qualification of another Solicitor from its training programme.
GHP Legal, which has offices in Wrexham, Llangollen, Chirk and Oswestry, invited Shane Maddocks to join its team as a Paralegal in 2015 after he obtained a 1st class Degree in Criminal Justice at Wrexham Glyndŵr University and subsequent Graduate Diploma in Law and Diploma in Professional Legal Practice at University of Law, Chester. He joined the firm’s solicitor training programme six months later.Read more
A Wrexham solicitor has warned consumers to be on their guard if they are considering the purchase of a park home. Park homes are typically bungalow-style mobile homes, usually sited on private estates. Residents generally own the park home itself but not the land upon which it is sited which will be subject to a lease.Read more
The Government’s recent decision to order prison governors in England and Wales to review the cases of all prisoners refused early release under the new Home Detention Curfew (HDC) Scheme has brought concern within the legal profession.Read more