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Food Business Breakfast date announced

The date for a major business networking event for the food sector has been announced by Roythornes Solicitors. The Food Business Breakfast takes place on 29th September in Peterborough.  It aims to bring together the firms in the region who work in...

Roythornes scoops communications award

Leading food and drink sector law firm, Roythornes, has won an award for communicating effectively with customers and the industry. The firm, along with partners, Pelican Communications, scooped a prize for “Best Trade and B2B Communications...

Minister assures food industry over Apprenticeship Levy

The Government Minister behind the apprenticeship levy has met with top food and drink businesses to explain the new policy. At an event arranged by leading food and drink industry solicitors, Roythornes , and sector recruitment experts, MorePeople ,...

Top entrepreneur predicts boom in convenience food market

A leading food entrepreneur has predicted a further expansion of Britain’s growing convenience food retail market. Speaking at a Business Breakfast event run by specialist food solicitors, Roythornes , on Tuesday morning, Mike Greene, CEO of My...

Major speaking slot for solicitor

Maz Dannourah from leading law firm Roythornes has been asked to speak at a national food conference on the uses and dangers of social media for businesses. Associate Maz will be speaking at Foodex , which takes place in Birmingham in April.  It is...

Award nomination for law firm

Law firm Roythornes has been nominated for a national recruitment award. The 26 partner firm, which specialises in working for agriculture and food businesses, has been nominated for its recruitment practice and policies by Lawcareers.net, one of the...

Qualification success

Law firm Roythornes is celebrating further growth with the qualification of two new solicitors. Rebecca Brook-Smith has qualified into the firm’s growing Corporate and Commercial team, whilst Fiona Lucas is now a solicitor in their well-respected...

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...
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