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Charity Masterclass 2019

Roythornes Solicitors and four other leading charity advisors will be coming together on 7 February 2019, to share their specialist insights with trustees. The event which takes place at Doddington Hall, will take place over the morning and afternoon and...

Roythornes act for 14 landowners and farmers in innovative £1.8m flood defence project

ROYTHORNES ACT FOR 14 LANDOWNERS AND FARMERS IN INNOVATIVE £1.8M FLOOD DEFENCE PROJECT ROYTHORNES SOLICITORS, a top 200 national law firm, has successfully overseen a £1.8 million sea defence project for a consortium of 14 Lincolnshire...

'A drop in the ocean' : Food experts gather to discuss the UK's plastic problem

‘A DROP IN THE OCEAN’: FOOD EXPERTS GATHER TO DISCUSS THE UK’S PLASTIC PROBLEM WITH THE UK’s ‘on-the-go’ recycling needing improvement and consumer awareness growing, the food industry has to innovate and change its...

Roythornes Excels in Legal 500

TOP 200 national law firm Roythornes Solicitors is celebrating after seven of its key practice areas were named in the Legal 500 . Roythornes’ agricultural and estates team added East Anglia to their collection of top tier rankings for providing...

Roythornes acquires 188 year-old Warrens Boyes & Archer

Pictured left to right: Greg Archer, Vember Mortlock and Paul Osbourne  TOP 200 law firm Roythornes Solicitors has announced the acquisition of Warrens Boyes & Archer, a long-standing Huntingdon legal practice.  The acquisition is part...

Rising stars at Roythornes earn legal qualifications

Pictured left to right: Rhiannon Coleman, Alex Wensor and Victoria Walley LEADING law firm Roythornes Solicitors has announced the qualification of four talented legal professionals to solicitors having completed their training contracts...

Roythornes celebrates 355 years of service from 20 dedicated members of staff

LEADING law firm Roythornes Solicitors has recognised 20 members of staff who are celebrating a significant milestone with the firm, dedicating between ten and 30 years to the business - an incredible combined total of 355 years. With top 150 status as a...

Drought and grain contracts - options for farmers?

Following on from last week’s blog on  force majeure , we've been receiving a lot of inquires regarding grain contracts too.  Julie Robinson takes a look at the provisions of the Agricultural Industries Confederation Ltd (AIC)...

Supply contract guidance given to potato growers following period of prolonged hot weather

We’re hearing that some growers are expecting yields well below average. That may well put them at risk as far as their forward supply contracts are concerned. However, there may be a force majeure clause in the contract which can help. Read the full...

Food brands cut back on staff social media monitoring

The number of food businesses keeping check of employees’ social media use has dropped to a record low. Almost three quarters of businesses (73%) say they do not monitor employee’s use of social media in the workplace, according to the annual...
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