Mundays recognised in The Legal 500 UK 2018.

We are delighted to announce that we have once again been recommended in The Legal 500 2018 UK. The Legal 500 is an annual independent legal directory which undertakes a detailed review of all law firms and individual lawyers in the UK, and interviews clients and referrers to the firm about the service we have provided, to produce rankings across different areas of law.

In the 2018 edition we have improved our rankings in a number of areas, and have an increased number of recommended lawyers and leading lawyers. We are proud to now have four top tier practices, four tier two and three practices, 24 recommended lawyers and four leading lawyers.

The areas under which we are recommended are as follows:

  • South East: Corporate and Commercial – Tier 1
  • South East: Dispute Resolution – Commercial Litigation – Tier 3
  • South East: Finance – Banking and Finance – Tier 2
  • South East: Human Resources – Employment – Tier 1
  • South East: Private Client – Contentious Trusts and Probate – Tier 2
  • South East: Private Client – Family – Tier 1
  • South East: Private Client – Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate – Tier 3
  • South East: Real Estate – Commercial Property – Tier 1
  • South East: Real Estate – Property Litigation – Tier 1

Insights.

Disputing a Will #SolicitorChat with The Law Society
15th April, 2021

How can you ensure wishes are followed and should you consider legal action if you feel a loved one’s wishes are not? Michael Brierley discussed this and more live on…

Impact of Uber ruling on the gig-economy
8th April, 2021

Mona Gholami and Phillip Vallon discussed what impact the ruling have for other ‘gig-economy’ businesses?

Marriage: The Later Years – Have you considered a prenuptial agreement?
26th March, 2021

Judith Fitton and Alice Barrett provide an insight as to ways you can protect and future proof the assets you may have built up previously.

Sleep-in shifts and National Minimum Wage
25th March, 2021

Lucy Densham Brown and Phillip Vallon provide insight to the decision made by the Supreme Court last week in relation to the National Minimum Wage Regulation