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Stamp Duty, Birmingham Lawyer Solicitor Solihull The Wilkes Partnership Stamp Duty – Could You Be Caught Out? (Wednesday, 27 July, 2016) - Earlier this year new stamp duty land tax (SDLT) rules were put in place – but did you know that not only Buy-to-Let Investors could be affected? Some first time buyers could find themselves paying the extra 3% surcharge as …
Birmingham and Solihull law firm The Wilkes Partnership is lending support to Birmingham Children’s Hospital Wilkes gets behind Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity (Tuesday, 26 July, 2016) - We are delighted to announce that we will be lending support to Birmingham Children’s Hospital, after selecting the hospital as our chosen charity for the next 12 months. We will undertake a packed fundraising programme of events to raise money …
Coporate Lawyer Birmingham - The Wilkes Partnership Wilkes advise NVM and shareholders on exit from Silverwing Group in a sale to Eddyfi NDT Inc (Monday, 27 June, 2016) - The Wilkes corporate team, have advised NVM and the other shareholders on their exit of Silverwing UK. Rick Smyth, corporate partner, led the transaction assisted by Mike Linford and Matthew Smith (corporate), together with support from various specialist teams within …
Solihull region booming for professionals - The Wilkes Partnership - Birmingham, Solihull, Law Solihull region booming for professionals -54% in “highly-skilled” jobs (Wednesday, 22 June, 2016) - A recent report by NatWest’s Regional Economic Tracker indicates that there has been a 1.6% rise in high-skilled employment in the West Midlands, with the strongest concentration being in Solihull. It is thought that the expansion of Jaguar Land Rover …
tribunal-small Tougher Enforcement of Tribunal Awards and Settlements Now In Force (Monday, 20 June, 2016) - According to the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), approximately one-third of employment tribunal awards went unpaid in 2013. In light of this large proportion of unpaid awards, the government has launched a new scheme, penalising employers who fail …