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Mars recall could cost millions

Leading food sector solicitors, Roythornes, estimate the Mars crisis could cost the firm millions. Mars reportedly ordered a full recall of a number of chocolates, including  Mars and Snickers bars as well as Milky Ways and Celebrations boxes across...

Next decade in food set to be a risky business

Leading food solicitors, Roythornes, have been told the next 10 years for the British food industry will be a risky business. That was the verdict from Christophe Jouan , Chief Executive of the Future Foundation and keynote speaker at this year’s ...

Website trading event draws the crowds

Over 60 business leaders from across the UK attended an event focusing on websites and trading online. The seminar, organised by Roythornes Solicitors well-respected Corporate and Commercial team aimed to highlight some of the key elements businesses...

Roythornes announce new partnership with City Food Lecture

Leading food industry law firm, Roythornes, have announced a partnership with one of Britain’s most prestigious food events, the City Food Lecture. Having been keen supporters for a number of years, Roythornes have now confirmed a deal to sponsor...

ECHR decision on private emails increases the need for water tight HR policies

Employers must ensure human resources policies are watertight following a landmark decision in the European courts. That’s the advice from leading law firm Roythornes Solicitors after the judgement in the European Court of Human Rights ( ECHR )...

Employment law - what to look out for in 2016

Businesses have been warned they must keep abreast of crucial changes to employment law which are on the horizon in 2016. In a new blog by associate Maz Dannourah , leading law firm Roythornes has highlighted seven key issues for industry leaders to...

Food leaders discuss emerging trends

Over 100 food business leaders discussed key emerging trends in the £85bn UK foodservice market at a breakfast event hosted by leading UK food solicitors, Roythornes. The Food Business Breakfast, at the Kingsgate Conference Centre on 24 November,...

Rural review showcases opportunities for local farmers

The changing face of Lincolnshire and the East Midlands’ rural land and residential housing market, regulatory changes affecting farmers and estate owners, tax planning and the state of the UK lending market were amongst the topics assessed recently at...

Bursary scheme launched

Roythornes has launched a Bursary scheme to help local students gain a career in the law. The scheme, which is open to students who study within a 35 mile radius of Spalding , will offer two students a bursary worth up to £4 ,500 a year to help...

Research reveals nearly 20% of food and drink businesses lack product recall plans

A survey of food and drink businesses across the UK by leading industry law firm Roythornes, has revealed that almost a fifth of companies in the sector are operating without a product recall plan. Members of the Fresh Produce Consortium, The Food and...
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