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Latest news and legal updates from Clarke Willmott LLP.

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Serious Injury and Clinical Negligence Newsletter – May 2017 - 18 May 2017

We are pleased to present the April 2017 edition of our Serious Injury & Clinical Negligence newsletter from the Clarke …

Avoiding those epic fails in recruitment - 16 May 2017

This time last week I am sure that it was all business as usual at Tecomak Environmental Services. This week, …

Recovery of VAT on corporate acquisitions - 16 May 2017

Introduction Following the recent judgment of the European Court of Justice in the joint cases of Larentia & Minerva and …

Getting there and the cupboard is bare - 15 May 2017

What can you do if a corporate defendant transfers its assets to defeat a judgment? Interesting guidance has been given …

Partner promotions at Clarke Willmott - 11 May 2017

We are delighted to announce the promotion of three of our leading lawyers. Robert Ridd (Bristol), Clare Gregory (Cardiff) and …

Social housing newsletter – Spring 2017 - 11 May 2017

Welcome to the Spring edition of Clarke Willmott’s Social Housing sector newsletter. There has been a lot going on in …

Shark Willmott scoop two trophies at the Taunton Soroptimist Swimathon - 10 May 2017

Members of staff from our Taunton office and their family members recently took part in the Soroptimist Swimathon at Taunton …

Register to beat fraudsters - 10 May 2017

A high profile case featured by the BBC, in which fraudsters put a five-bedroom home up for sale without the …

Share valuations – a common sense approach - 9 May 2017

On 22 March 2017, a three judge panel sitting in the Court of Appeal handed down judgment in the case …

Knot in my back yard – landowner’s liability for Japanese Knotweed - 9 May 2017

Japanese Knotweed (or Fallopia japonica for the botanically inclined) is a plant most people have heard of. The species’ increasing …