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In this News section you will find our press releases giving the latest legal developments and Langleys news. In addition, we produce regular newsletters and legal updates which we will send you by email. To subscribe go to 'Media Contacts' via the links on the left.


Langleys to Hold Drop In Sessions in Bridgend


ABMU Health Board Concerns - Do you have concerns about the recent allegations of patient neglect that you wish to discuss?  Langleys is holding drop in-sessions on 24th and 25th March at the Best Western Heronston Hotel.

National Institute of Health and Care Excellence - SCAM


We are aware of scam e-mails being sent supposedly from the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE). The e-mail we have had sight of says:

Yorkshire and Humber Pays £112m Inheritance Tax Bill


Estates in Yorkshire and the Humber paid inheritance tax bills of £140,000 on average in 2010-2011, new figures from the HMRC reveal.

Langleys Helps Yorkshire Firm Boyes Expand to 50 Stores


Yorkshire-based store chain W Boyes & Co Ltd is continuing its expansion with the opening of two stores in the Midlands.

Statement from the Family of Mr Law


An Inquest took place during week commencing the 3 March 2014 in relation to the death of Mr Charles Raymond Law at Lincoln County Hospital on the 12 February 2010. Helen Rundle, Solicitor in Langleys’ Medical Law Team, represents the family of Mr Law. Following the Inquest the following statement was issued by Helen Rundle upon behalf of the Law family.

National Specialist Care Providers Opens New Centre in York


New job opportunities are being created in York with the opening of a new support centre by a national specialist care provider.

Social Media Under Spotlight at Mock Tribunal


Langleys Solicitors in Lincoln is putting the use of social media by employees under the spotlight at a mock employment tribunal.

Langleys Advising Lead Client in National Patient Safety Case


Langleys is providing advice and expertise in a national case involving allegations of patient neglect at a Welsh health board.

Langleys Strengthens Private Client Team


Langleys Solicitors in Lincoln has added to its agricultural property team with the appointment of Jacqui Barr.   Specialising in agri-legal issues, Jacqui advises clients on sales and acquisitions of agricultural property, tenancies as well as a range of rural property-related matters.   Jacqui trained at Rollits in Hull and more recently worked in Norwich.   Welcoming Jacqui, the head of the agricultural unit, partner Andrew Fearn, said: “Jacqui is a great addition to the team. She has valuable experience in the agricultural property sector and will be a considerable asset to us and our clients.”   Jacqui added: “Langleys has a strong reputation in agricultural law and I’m looking forward to working closely with the impressive team here.”

Social Media Under Spotlight at Mock Tribunal


Langleys Solicitors in York are putting the use of social media by employees under the spotlight at a mock employment tribunal.

Fracking Fraught with Issues for Landowners, Advises Legal Expert


Controversy surrounds the process of shale gas extraction known as fracking, and there are major implications for affected landowners, according to Lincoln based agricultural law expert Andrew Fearn.

The Mediators


A group of experienced solicitors from across eight different law firms including Langleys Mark Day have banded together to form the York Solicitor Mediators.  Their aim is to offer families and couples who may be going through a difficult divorce or separation an alternative to the court process which can often be extremely stressful and expensive.

Tribunal Fees Remain But Door Open to Future Challenge


The High Court today (7 February) rejected a challenge by trade union Unison to overturn the introduction of fees for users of the Employment Tribunal in England and Wales.

Langleys Makes Key Corporate Appointment


The Corporate Commercial team at Langleys Solicitors in York has further strengthened its corporate offering with the appointment of partner Christian Hunt, who joins the firm from Leeds based Clarion, where he was a partner for six years.

Members of the Public Voice Concerns at AvMA Meeting


Helen Rundle and Sally-Ann Robinson attended a Public Meeting organised by AvMA (Action against Medical Accidents) in Bridgend last night. The meeting was attended by about 100 people.  

Solicitors Show Their Goodwill For Charity


York-based law firm Langleys has raised more than £170 in support of two leading children’s charities.