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Law firm expands with new recruits

Leading law firm Roythornes has continued its expansion with the recruitment of an additional three members to its talented team. Charlotte Lockwood joins as an associate in the Planning and Development team from the Birmingham office of a Global law...

Fields of gold: Roythornes recognised for national rural award

Roythornes Solicitors work for farmers, landowners and rural families has been recognised by the organisers of the leading national awards for the rural sector. The Rural Business Awards has shortlisted the firm for Best Rural Professional Services Firm. ...

Roythornes meet the standard yet again

Leading solicitors Roythornes is celebrating being reaccredited to a national scheme recognising the quality of its work. The Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS) is run by the Law Society and provides a best practice quality mark for wills and...

Roythornes advises on £12m share sale to Clipper Logistics PLC.

Roythornes is proud to announce it acted for the sellers on a recent £12m share sale to Clipper Logistics PLC.  Leading on the deal were Roythornes’ Martin Jinks and Mike Matthews from the firm’s well-respected Corporate...

Roythornes identified in '1000 Companies to Inspire Britain' report

Roythornes Solicitors has been identified as one of London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain. The report is a celebration of the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses across the UK. To be...

Food leaders gather to hear from MD of British Sugar

Over 100 leaders from the food and drink industry gathered at the Allia Future Business Centre in Peterborough for Roythornes Solicitors’ Food Business Breakfast. The event gave senior executives from the sector the opportunity to network over...

Bereaved families suffer from increased probate court fees

A BANDED system for probate court fees is paramount to “a tax on the bereaved” according to leading law firm Roythornes. Elizabeth Young, head of private client at Roythornes, said: “The increases have been agreed to assist in the funding...

Ilott V Mitson Case

The Supreme Court has today (15 March) revealed its judgement in Ilott V Blue Cross and Ors; a case that many expected to ‘open the floodgates’ for similar inheritance disputes. The court ruled in favour of the charities following an...

New Personal Injury Calculations

On the 27th February the Government announced an amendment as to how lump sum payments to Personal Injury Claimants are calculated. In personal injury claims, where the Claimant’s injuries are long term, permanent or a person has died, they or their...

Roythornes to sponsor Nottingham Farming Conference 2017

We’re very proud to be sponsoring 2017’s Nottingham Farming conference, which takes place at Sutton Bonington Campus, Loughborough on 12th January. The conference features talks from key players in the agriculture world including our own Julie...
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