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  • Considerations when buying a heritage property



    When many of us think about heritage properties, we think of buildings associated with our architectural past: a castle, stately home or elegant Georgian townhouse perhaps. But new developments, such as barn and warehouse conversions, may also be heritage properties if they are listed or in a conservation area.

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  • Unite against dementia for Dementia Action Week



    This year, Dementia Awareness Week has changed to Dementia Action Week and takes place from 21 to 27 May. We are joining The Alzheimer’s Society in encouraging everyone to unite and make a change by taking action against dementia (no matter how small).

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  • GDPR: what employers need to do after D-Day (Part I)



    In part one of a two-part series of articles Sarah Everton, employment law expert with Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire offers some practical advice on the steps you can take to make the task easier.

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  • Putting your legal affairs in order



    In later life, spending quality time with family and friends is a much more appealing prospect than putting your legal affairs in order, but planning for the end of your life will be of huge benefit to loved ones. In May 2018, Dying Matters Awareness Week and Dementia Action Week are encouraging people to think about what they want as they reach the end of their lives and the provision they would like to make for relatives, friends and charities.

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  • Restrictive covenants: a must for departing senior employees



    Hannah Kennedy, dispute resolution expert with Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke-on Trent, explains why, as an employer, the use of restrictive covenants in employment contracts is so important and what to do if agreed restrictions are ignored.

    Read More »
  • Considerations when buying a heritage property



    When many of us think about heritage properties, we think of buildings associated with our architectural past: a castle, stately home or elegant Georgian townhouse perhaps. But new developments, such as barn and warehouse conversions, may also be heritage properties if they are listed or in a conservation area.

    Read More »
  • Unite against dementia for Dementia Action Week



    This year, Dementia Awareness Week has changed to Dementia Action Week and takes place from 21 to 27 May. We are joining The Alzheimer’s Society in encouraging everyone to unite and make a change by taking action against dementia (no matter how small).

    Read More »
  • GDPR: what employers need to do after D-Day (Part I)



    In part one of a two-part series of articles Sarah Everton, employment law expert with Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire offers some practical advice on the steps you can take to make the task easier.

    Read More »
  • Putting your legal affairs in order



    In later life, spending quality time with family and friends is a much more appealing prospect than putting your legal affairs in order, but planning for the end of your life will be of huge benefit to loved ones. In May 2018, Dying Matters Awareness Week and Dementia Action Week are encouraging people to think about what they want as they reach the end of their lives and the provision they would like to make for relatives, friends and charities.

    Read More »
  • Restrictive covenants: a must for departing senior employees



    Hannah Kennedy, dispute resolution expert with Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke-on Trent, explains why, as an employer, the use of restrictive covenants in employment contracts is so important and what to do if agreed restrictions are ignored.

    Read More »