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Don’t Be the Weakest Link

You may well have read in the news this week that Anne Robinson, former host of Countdown and The Weakest...
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The increase of Lasting Powers of Attorney

Most people understand that making a Will can provide peace of mind that their wishes will be followed.  However Lasting...
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Celebrating Success: Wilkes Announces Staff Promotions

Wilkes is proud to announce the well-deserved promotions of several members of its staff, effective May 1st, 2024. These promotions...
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How Can Developers Prepare For The Planning Enforcement Legislation Change?

Many of the provisions from the Levelling-Up and Regeneration Act 2023 are being coming into force on the 25th of...
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Wilkes and The University of Law Host Joint Competition for Aspiring Solicitors

Wilkes and The University of Law joined forces in a collaborative competition aimed at enhancing the practical skills of aspiring...
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Wilkes Plays Key Role in Sale of The Weedon Group

Wilkes Plays Key Role in Facilitating Sale of UK's largest integrated corrugated packaging group, The Weedon Group   Wilkes, an...
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Are Employers Obligated to Offer Support to Employees Going Through The Menopause?

Do Employers Have A Legal Obligation To Offer Workplace Support To Employees Going Through The Menopause?   With increased rates...
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Is this the end of ‘Fire and Rehire’ Practices?

A recent survey commissioned by the Trades Union Congress has reported that since the Covid-19 pandemic, 9% of workers have...
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Over 25% of Workers Have a Non-Compete Clause in Their Employment Contract

The Competition and Markets Authority have reported that over 25% of workers have a non-compete clause in their contract  ...
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Wilkes Advises on Rollover as part of Sale of Healthcare Data Company, Stalis Limited

Wilkes, a leading law firm based in the Midlands, known for its transactional expertise, played a pivotal role in facilitating...
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Are Employment Tribunal Fees returning?

The government are currently consulting on reintroducing fees for Employment Tribunal claims. This comes almost 7 years after they were...
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Increases to Illegal Working Penalties for Employers

Pam Sidhu, Partner & Head of Business Immigration reports on sharp increases to the civil penalties payable by employers if...
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The Wilkes Planning Team Expands its Expertise with the Inclusion of Dr. James Bennett

Wilkes proudly announces the latest addition to its Planning, Infrastructure and Regulatory Team, welcoming Dr. James Bennett to the dynamic...
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Compulsory Mediation- A Step Closer?

Mediation has long been recognised as a valuable form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), able to achieve a settlement in...
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Probate Inquiry to Address Delays and Concerns with the Probate Registry

The Justice Committee have recently announced their inquiry into the Probate Registry which aims to address a concerning surge in...
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