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Professional Support Lawyer

  • About the team: We work in close partnership with clients, providing positive, practical solutions and clear, comprehensive advice.
  • About the role: Candidates will work on various firmwide projects in addition to providing PSL support to our PI, Clinical Negligence and Tax departments.
  • Looking for: We are recognised for our efforts to improve work place engagement, leadership, personal growth, wellbeing, team working and our impact on society.
  • Opportunities: For the right candidate, we are offering the opportunity to be involved in high-profile, excellent client work and to develop long-term relationships with clients.
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Freeths LLP

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Latest articles from Freeths LLP
Employment Law Review - August 2021

We highlight the changes to the rules on close

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The New National Security and Investment Regime

The UK’s wide new powers to capture both UK and foreign investors planning to acquire interests in businesses, land and assets connected to the UK

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Employment Law Review - July 2021

As the final restrictions were lifted on 19 July 2021, we outline the key COVID-19 changes and what they mean for your organisation. We also bring you

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Significant extensions to liabilities and risks for professional services firms and LLP members

There have been a couple of recent but significant decisions that change the landscape of liabilities for professional services

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What happens to your social media account when you die?

Whether we like it or not, more and more of the interactions and exchanges we have with family, friends and colleagues take

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No jab no job: a legal reality for care homes

On 13 July, the Government passed draft legislation making COVID-19 vaccines in care settings mandatory. The draft regulations were

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Subsidy Control - The same but different?

At long last, the Government has published its Subsidy Control Bill ("the Bill") in order to establish a new subsidy control regime. This follows

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Employment Law Review - June 2021

With the majority of restrictions set to ease on 19 July 2021, we outline the key COVID-19 developments and what they mean for your organisation. We

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EU Commission grants UK data “adequate” status - Frictionless data flows between the EU and UK may continue (for now)

UK businesses are breathing a sigh of relief, as the EU Commission finally adopted the data transfer adequacy decision in favour of the UK.

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Employment Law Review - May 2021

25 May 2021 marked the first anniversary of George Floyd's tragic death. A moment for all organisations to

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Employment Law Review - April 2021

As many businesses opened their doors for the first time in over 12 weeks, a new Treasury Direction has been published covering the extension of the

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A sense of entitlement does not equate to “need” in adult children 1975 Act claims

In the absence of forced heirship in England & Wales, the Inheritance (Provision for Family & Dependants) Act 1975 ("the 1975 Act") is often

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Gifts, investments and misunderstandings - a 77 year old lady recovers “gifts” made to the family of her daughter in law

The High Court recently upheld the claims of 77-year-old Lorina Scott (the Claimant) for the return of various assets claimed as gifts by the family

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Employment Law Review - February 2021

Although it’s been a short month, there have been plenty of developments! The Supreme Court handed down its long awaited decision that Uber drivers

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Employment Law Review - January 2021

With Brexit and Coronavirus still dominating headlines we bring you up to speed with this month’s key Coronavirus developments and consider what the

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Brexit trade deal implications for transport and haulage

Transport and haulage is an area in which the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) was keenly awaited, given the critical nature of movement of

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Real Estate Blog - Electric Forecourts - The Retail of the Future? Part 3

In our final article on electric forecourts, we look at some of the factors that may influence

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The Importance of Estate Planning in a Digital Age

For many of us the Coronavirus pandemic has brought things sharply into perspective and led us to

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Dangers of Costs Recovery for Solicitor Attorneys

In JMH v CFH 2020 EWCOP 63, the Court determined a solicitor was unable to rely on the historic Chorley principle, which entitles lawyers acting on

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Real Estate Blog - Electric Forecourts - The Retail of the Future? Part 2

In the second of our three articles on electric forecourts, we look at key considerations for those looking to get involved in the development of such

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