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Resolution launches Good Divorce Week 2021

Good Divorce Week 2021 has now launched. The annual initiative that’s run by family justice organisation Resolution runs from 29th...

Book now for our open evening for Trainee Solicitors – 6 December

Wilkes is excited to be hosting an Insight Evening on Monday December 6th at our Birmingham office to give potential...

Care workers will need Covid vaccination from 11 November

The government has now confirmed the procedure for people in England, including care home workers, to apply for proof of...

The Christmas Markets Are Back! Despite the Fight to Get Workers to Manage Stalls

Birmingham city nearly had to wave goodbye to the beloved annual tradition of the German Christmas markets this year, as...

The Menopause – Policy Advice

October marks #MeopauseAwarenesssMonth Menopause in the workplace is not a new issue but it has been making headlines recently with...

The Wilkes Partnership’s Corporate Team advises on sale of Techsil Group

Kate Hackett, Corporate Partner at The Wilkes Partnership, has advised on the sale of the industrial adhesives group, Techsil. The...

The Wilkes Partnership completes Swim Down Dementia Challenge

Dozens of staff at Birmingham and Solihull law firm, The Wilkes Partnership, have been taking part in the Swim Down...

Record rankings in leading legal directory

The Wilkes Partnership has been ranked across nine teams in the legal directory Legal 500 with 29 recommended lawyers named....

Splitting the pension pot: dealing with disparity on divorce

Recent research conducted by the Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing (MICRA) and the Pensions Policy Institute has revealed...

Wilkes walks to raise funds for dementia research charity

Staff from The Wilkes Partnership’s offices have completed a walking challenge in support of Alzheimer’s Research UK. In a bid...

Planning for later life – Wilkes takes part in financial planning event

Sophie Fenn, a solicitor in Wilkes' private client team, is teaming up with Nicola Bywater from Bespoke Advice this coming...

Midlands law firm The Wilkes Partnership continues growth adding five new trainees

Five new trainee solicitors have joined Birmingham and Solihull-based law firm The Wilkes Partnership as it continues to invest in...

How to avoid the Employment Tribunal when staff return to the office

Employment law specialist Sarah Begley writes for HR Magazine on the implications for employers when the workforce begins to return...

The Wilkes Partnership supports local artists

Birmingham law firm The Wilkes Partnership has renewed its commitment to the local art scene by continuing its sponsorship of...

When redundancy is on the agenda, following the correct procedure protects both sides

The government will begin to reduce support to employers and employees through the Job Retention Coronavirus Scheme, generally referred to...
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