Redkite Solicitors proudly supporting inaugural National Conveyancing Week

- 20 March 2023

Redkite Solicitors is proud to be associated with a brand-new initiative to improve the experience of home movers and professionals involved in the home moving process. National Conveyancing Week has been launched to raise the profile of organisations who conduct property transactions, with the inaugural taking place this week, from 20-24th March. Property lawyers up…
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Redkite Solicitors recognised in Legal 500 2023 Rankings

- 29 September 2022

Redkite Solicitors’ Private Client and Corporate and Commercial teams have been recognised in the 2023 Legal 500 guide for their outstanding work and expertise in their respective areas of law. The latest edition of the Legal 500’s UK legal sector rankings, which launched today, provides an industry standard and features an annual list of the…
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Redkite Solicitors grow contentious probate team with key appointment

- 22 September 2022

Redkite Solicitors has strengthened its contentious probate team with the appointment of highly experienced Contentious Probate Solicitor Andrew Kelly. Andrew joins Redkite Solicitors as an associate solicitor and brings 25 years of litigation experience to a private client team which has gone from strength-to-strength in recent years. Having spent the early part of his career…
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National Bank Holiday 19 September 2022 – Legal Update

- 15 September 2022

Following the tragic news on Thursday 8 September 2022 confirming the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the UK has entered a period of national mourning which will continue until the day of the Queen’s funeral, which is confirmed to be on Monday, 19 September 2022. What does this mean for employers? King Charles…
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Shrewsbury and Telford Trust – Catastrophic failures and learning from the past

- 31 March 2022

The long-awaited review into maternity care at the Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust has finally been published and it makes for uncomfortable reading. Michael Clarke, Medical Negligence Solicitor in our PI team discusses the report’s distressing findings and looks at what happens next. Yesterday, the results of a five-year long investigation into maternity services at…
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Commonhold Ownership – a way out for trapped leaseholders?

- 24 March 2022

With events such as the Grenfell Tower fire putting a spotlight on fire safety in private tower blocks, many leasehold property owners have found themselves footing the bill for the removal of unsafe cladding. Clarke Williams, Legal Assistant in our Residential Conveyancing team takes a look at Common Ownership as an alternative to leasehold ownership….
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P&O say go

- 22 March 2022

Following on from the recent news that P&O Ferries have dismissed 800 staff, Natasha Lawrence, Legal Advisor in our Employment team looks at the announcement and explores whether the mass redundancies are in breach of UK employment law. We have recently seen the controversial and somewhat shocking decision of P&O ferries to dismiss 800 staff….
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