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What can we expect from the inquiry into the Children and Families Act 2014?

What can we expect from the inquiry into the Children and Families Act 2014?

Posted on April 07, 2022, by Victoria Walters

Victoria Walters, Solicitor in the Family team at Coodes Solicitors, comments on the launch of an inquiry into the Children…

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Meet the team: Philip Sayers, Solicitor, Employment team

Posted on April 06, 2022, by Philip Sayers

Coodes Solicitors’ Business Services team advises commercial clients on a range of legal issues. The team is made up of…

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What difference will new divorce terminology really make?

What difference will new divorce terminology really make?

Posted on April 04, 2022, by Karen Pritchard

Coodes Solicitors Family lawyer Karen Pritchard outlines changes to divorce terminology, which will update the legal language used in divorce…

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Failure to meet collective consultation requirements made P&O Ferries sackings illegal

Failure to meet collective consultation requirements made P&O Ferries sackings illegal

Posted on April 01, 2022, by Philip Sayers

Coodes Solicitors employment specialist Philip Sayers says P&O Ferries broke employment laws by failing to meet collective consultation requirements when…

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Why preventing elder abuse is everyone’s responsibility

Why preventing elder abuse is everyone’s responsibility

Posted on March 31, 2022, by Louise Brown

Louise Brown of Coodes Solicitors says it is everyone’s responsibility to protect the most vulnerable people in our communities. Established…

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The Ockenden report into maternity care failures: our reaction

Posted on March 30, 2022, by Julie Hatton

Coodes Partner and Clinical Negligence Specialist Julie Hatton has praised the families at the heart of the investigation into maternity…

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What happens if someone dies before a clinical negligence claim is settled?

Posted on March 28, 2022, by Sharon Parsons

Sharon Parsons, Litigation Executive in Coodes Solicitors’ Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence team, explains what happens if someone dies during…

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The Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022: what next for landlords and tenants?

Posted on March 25, 2022, by Abi Lutey

Abi Lutey, Partner and Head of Commercial Disputes at Coodes Solicitors, discusses the position on commercial leases following the introduction…

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What is a declaration of trust when you buy a property?

Posted on March 24, 2022, by Lianne Priest

Lianne Priest, Solicitor in Coodes Solicitors’ Residential Property team, explains how a Declaration of Trust can be used when buying…

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Pandemic start-ups: five crucial questions to prepare for the future

Posted on March 14, 2022, by Kirsty Davey

You started a business or adapted your existing model during the pandemic, but what next? Kirsty Davey, Partner and Head…

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