Litigation Advice: What happens after a Defence has been filed?

July 10, 2018   |   Written by: Liam O’Shea

For the third part of our Litigation Advice blog series, we are discussing what happens once the preparatory stages of a Court Claim are complete. To find out more about the preliminary stages, start with our first entry. The 3 ...

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Supporting Fundraiser of the Year

July 10, 2018

Astle Paterson were proud to be a part of this years’ Burton Mail Heroes Awards on 4th July 2018, sponsoring ‘The Fundraiser of the Year’ category. We would like to once more issue a hearty “congratulations” to Brian Storer (pictured), ...

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Landlords – Are you ready to “test the market” for building insurance?

July 3, 2018   |   Written by: Katie Burgess

The way that landlords arrange building insurance for their tenants is set to change following a successful challenge of current policy. It is common in leases for the landlord to insure the building, with the tenant reimbursing the cost of ...

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Litigation Advice: How do I start Court proceedings?

June 18, 2018   |   Written by: Liam O’Shea

This is the second part of an ongoing blog series which aims to go into greater detail on the steps of the litigation process. To read about pre-court actions, take a look at our first blog. Issuing a court claim ...

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Assured Tenancy: What are the Risks?

June 15, 2018   |   Written by: Oliver Peckham

Under certain conditions, your long-term lease might be considered an “Assured Tenancy” – which means anything but assurance for you. Residential long leasehold properties are becoming increasingly popular, both with buyers and developers. While such an arrangement can be promising, it ...

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Litigation Advice: What should I do before I start my Court claim?

June 8, 2018   |   Written by: Liam O’Shea

Astle Paterson is happy to announce a new blog series, in which our premier solicitors will be offering helpful advice on different stages of the litigation process. These bite-size primers are intended to provide a window into what can be ...

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Grandparents Legal Rights and Expectations

May 23, 2018   |   Written by: Justine Woodcock

MPs are giving increased criticism to the current Child Arrangements Programme, which gives no presumption of rights for Grandparents to see their Grandchildren in the event of the parent’s divorce. This lack of automatic entitlement has become a contentious issue ...

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Barbara Windsor, raising awareness of dementia

May 21, 2018   |   Written by: Maria Pusey

Beloved actress Barbara Windsor’s husband Scott Mitchell revealed that she has Alzheimer’s Disease. In a touching interview, Mr Mitchell described how Barbara had started to find it difficult to learn her lines in 2009 and, following a series of tests, ...

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Our Spring 2018 newsletter has arrived!

May 15, 2018

We are delighted to announce the release of our Spring 2018 newsletter, your one-stop shop for the latest in Astle Paterson news. Download the newsletter for free here The newsletter contains highlights from the editorial output of our legal experts, ...

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How to maximise your company’s share value, part 2 – Share Valuation

April 25, 2018   |   Written by: David Williams

It’s time to consider the value of your shares in the Company you (or your family) have helped to create, but how do you value them? This is a leading question. For example, in the late 1990s, new technology businesses ...

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