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31
Aug 2021

Section: Corporate and Contracts

Oat so simple

One of the key elements to becoming a well-known brand is to have a name that is both distinctive and unique in order to make the name of your business/product stand out. Therefore, as part of an overall marketing and business protection strategy, it is essential to take appropriate steps to protect your brand and…

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10
Aug 2021

Section: Employer Services

“Work to Live, Not Live to Work” – Are your managers ready for Gen Z?

“Digital Natives” – employees reaching adulthood in the second decade of the 21st century – are predicted to make up over 25% of the workforce by 2025.  Perceived as being familiar with the internet from a very young age, these individuals may require implementation of a different strategy to attract, manage and retain their talent.…

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10
Aug 2021

Section: Regulatory Services

Fish fraudsters get put in their plaice

Following an investigation commenced by the Trading Standards Office, Teesside Crown Court saw three mobile fish sellers convicted for defrauding and knowingly misleading elderly and vulnerable victims, out of approximately £325,000.00.  The fraudster trio were sentenced to a total of 80 years behind bars, the principal financial beneficiary of the fraud being sentenced to 5…

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09
Aug 2021

Employee Spotlight – Alexandra Hunter

Each colleague at Chadwick Lawrence is a valuable member of the team, and we want to showcase each individual behind the Chadwick Lawrence wheel. In this Q&A, we’re finding out more about Alexandra Hunter, a Solicitor in the Wills & Probate team. Getting to know her journey into a legal profession and what she enjoys…

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05
Aug 2021

Section: Wills & Probate

Perils of not regularly reviewing your Will

It has been reported in the Daily Mail that M Richard Robinson Jr, the head of Scholastic Corp publishing company, who died suddenly on 5th June 2021 has left his controlling share of his 1.2 billion pound company along with his personal posessions to his long-time friend and romantic partner rather than to his two…

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27
Jul 2021

Section: Regulatory Services

Information Commissioner’s Office Fines Charity for Personal Data Breach Exposing Sensitive Personal Data Online

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined a transgender charity £25,000 for failing to keep the personal data of its users secure.  The ICO discovered that approximately 780 pages of confidential emails were viewable online for nearly 3 years, which contained the personal data, including sensitive personal data, of around 550 of the charity’s users.…

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