Judge’s comments means wills must be robust, warns York lawyer

A Supreme Court judge’s comments this week about shortcomings in legislation where adult children contest wills means parents must be “comprehensive, detailed and clear”...

HSE prosecutes Burghley House operators over butler’s death

The operators at one of Britain’s most iconic stately homes have been sentenced after a domestic servant was crushed to death by a lift. Arthur...

Firms pay dearly for poor disabled customer access, says expert

Businesses miss out on up to £249bn of potential income by failing to meet the needs of disabled customers, says an East Yorkshire accessibility...

Hudgell Solicitors’ move to @TheDock underlines commitment to Hull

Hudgell Solicitors says its move into new headquarters on a £15m commercial development in Hull’s Fruit Market demonstrates both its long-term commitment to the...

‘Not enough’, says Chamber boss over £90m transport pledge

In a live Budget Day broadcast Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce’s Chief Executive Dr Ian Kelly told BBC2’s Daily Politics show that the...

Changing law will help safeguard SME successes

It is believed that 50,000 SME businesses fail each year due to non-payment of bills according to a report from the Federation of Small...

Wilkin Chapman law firm to offer free employment law advice at...

The expert Employment Law team at Wilkin Chapman are holding a free seminar for all local businesses providing advice on the latest legal developments. The...

Leeds office of global law firm Squire Patton Boggs raises £23,000...

Leeds Mencap are over the moon with the result of the 2016 partnership with the local office of global law firm Squire Patton Boggs...

Council secures prosecution under new tobacco regulations

One of this region’s first prosecutions under the new Tobacco and Related Products Regulations 2016 has just been completed in Grimsby. A dealer in illicit tobacco...

Wake Smith retains IIP standard for nineteenth year running

Sheffield’s Wake Smith Solicitors has retained the IIP (Investors In People) Standard for the 19th year based on its staff management, quality of workplace...

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Yorkshire developers could benefit from business rates savings

Developers looking to renovate shops and offices in Yorkshire could stand to save thousands of pounds in business rates on the back of a...

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