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Langleys strengthens private client and agricultural law team

10 April 2017

Langleys Solicitors has strengthened its private law division with the appointment of two experienced legal professionals.

Langleys Marks Retirement of Popular Lawyer

4 April 2017

Andrew Fearn, partner and chairman of Langleys Solicitors, has retired from the partnership.

New Inheritance Tax Residence Nil Rate Band comes into Force on 6 April 2017

4 April 2017

Property owners, including personal representatives and trustees, are being made aware of a valuable addition to the existing Nil Rate Band (currently £325,000) which comes into force this week.

Law Society Accreditation for Andrew

29 March 2017

The head of Langleys medical law team has been re-accredited to the Law Society’s Specialist Clinical Negligence Panel.

New dawn: The day Brexit is triggered - how can businesses prepare?

29 March 2017

After much anticipation and nine months after the UK voted to leave the European Union, today the Prime Minister finally took the bold step to invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.

Let's Talk About Insurance and Brexit

28 March 2017

Sarah Dalton and Caroline Elson of the public sector unit are speaking at the next Alarm North West Event taking place in Liverpool on Friday 28 April 2017.

Insurance Law Update - March 2017

23 March 2017

Our specialist insurance lawyers provide topical legal updates on a range of issues relating to the insurance sector.

Langleys Public Sector Unit presenting at the Alarm National Conference

22 March 2017

Carol Dalton, Sarah Dalton and Caroline Elson are taking a workshop session at the Alarm National conference in summer 2017. This interactive session is entitled, “Back to school” and will focus on the challenges faced by local authorities in preventing and avoiding foreseeable risks in the context of injury claims.

Access to employment in schools and the law on religion and belief - does it work?

17 March 2017

The Equality and Human Rights Commission’s report on whether the law on the protected characteristics of religion and belief is working investigates whether the UK’s equality and human rights legal framework gives sufficient protection to individuals with a religion or belief and religion or belief organisations, while balancing the rights of others under the Equality Act 2010.

Agricultural Newsletter - Spring 2017

9 March 2017

Read our latest Agricultural newsletter