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Weightmans welcomes respected industry figure to non-executive role

National law firm Weightmans has appointed Ashton West OBE as Non-Executive Director as part of the firm’s ongoing transformation.

John Schorah
John Schorah Managing Partner
Weightmans renews commitment to Birmingham with state of the art office with TSK

National law firm Weightmans has invested in its people and environment in the Midlands with a complete refurbishment of its Birmingham office.

Richard Osborn
Richard Osborn Partner

How will a ‘no deal’ scenario affect divorce and child law jurisdiction after Brexit?

Associate Lottie Tyler looks at how Brexit might impact family law following new government paper..

Lottie Tyler
Lottie Tyler Associate

Retail Review: Defining Turnover Rents in the Age of E-Commerce

In the latest Weightmans Retail Review, Solicitor Michael Drapala looks at how retailers are coping with changing customer behaviour and confidence..

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