One in five couples now start married life with a prenup
Taylor Chanter Solicitor in our Family department reports. According to a new survey there’s been a large rise in the...
Constructive dismissal after sexual comments ‘can constitute harassment’
Joanne Stronach Head of Employment & HR reports on this recent case The Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled that a...
The Family Business Network: a day out in the hills.
By: Hiking Highs
On the 1st October we led two groups of walkers, of varying levels of ability, up and into the hills...
Reasons to host a 'charity' clay pigeon shoot in Cumbria.
Some of you will have seen that we, at Napthens LLP, hosted a charity clay shoot last week at the...
Consultants entitled to £212k fee because of implied contract term
Sam Lyon Head of Corporate & Commercial reports on this recent case. A consultants firm were entitled to a large...
Court settles brothers’ dispute over administering mother’s Will
Megan Wilkinson, Associate Solicitor, reports on this recent case. A man has been removed as an executor of his mother’s...
‘Proud’ to receive commendation for supporting our LGBT+ Adopters and Foster Carers
By: Caritas Care
‘Proud’ to receive commendation award for supporting our LGBT+ Adopters and Foster Carers 24th September 2021 We can’t express enough...
Understanding Personal Tax: do you need to declare your side hustle income?
The past year of furlough and flexible working has given people more time to focus on their hobbies. Whether its...
The future’s bright as Napthens recruits six trainees
Napthens continues to invest in the future with six trainees joining the firm for September 2021. Alexandra Stanton joins the...
Employer had made ‘all reasonable adjustments’ for disabled employee
A disabled employee has lost a discrimination claim after a judge concluded that her employer had made all reasonable adjustments...
Court interprets woman’s will to enable all her children to inherit
The High Court has reconciled contradictory instructions relating to a deceased woman’s estate so that all three of her children...
Director didn’t breach duty over employee bonus in company transfer
A director didn’t breach his legal duty when he gave an employee an enhanced bonus entitlement shortly before a takeover...
Clampdown on directors dissolving companies to evade debts24/01/2022
Apple MagSafe and how is it going to help you21/01/2022
Cumbriashare members to benefit from free networking partnership19/01/2022
MBD has a tip of the week for you17/01/2022
The unexpected impact on businesses caused by the UK building materials shortage14/01/2022