Improved rankings were achieved for Local Government, Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate (West Midlands) and Charities (London).
A total of 27 solicitors were listed as recommended lawyers in their fields. The ‘leading lawyers’ guide to outstanding lawyers nationwide again recognised Rankeshwar Batta and Tony Hall of the Private Legal Services team as ‘elite’ lawyers. Senior partner, Romaine Thompson was also acknowledged in the same elite category.
Many of those recognised were newly praised as ‘recommended’ lawyers, including Jane Trevithick (Commercial Property), Andrew Millross (Construction), Ranjit Bassey and Victoria Jardine (Social Housing), Donna Holmes and Kate Jackson (Court of Protection), Jon Lloyd (Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate), Elisabeth Howe and Sally Jones (Family), John Wearing and Monica Macheng (Corporate and Commercial), Mark Cook (Charities and not-for-profit / Local Government), Sarah Lines (Local Government) and Natalie Singh (Social Housing Finance).
Chris Plumley, partner and Local Government lead at Anthony Collins Solicitors said:
“It’s fantastic to see our commitment to addressing the legal needs of both organisations and individuals being recognised again this year. We are extremely proud to have 27 of our lawyers highlighted as leaders in their fields; all of our teams deliver to exceptionally high standards and care deeply about our clients. It is great to see their blend of hard work, dedication and skills rewarded.”
Our Health and Social Care team has been representing Care England to date in its application and will be preparing the case for the next month’s hearing on 20-21 March.
Anthony Collins Solicitors has updated the National Community Land Trust (“NCLTN”) Model Rules.
Currently, the law doesn’t allow a single parent with a child born via surrogacy to obtain a parental order, leaving their family legally vulnerable.
The national study, Why Asthma still kills, involved a detailed examination of the circumstances surrounding 195 deaths from asthma in the UK in 2012.
Our Housing team are delighted following a formal tender procurement process to have been appointed to three lots under the new multi-million-pound legal services framework for The Riverside Group.
Necrotising Fasciitis, more commonly known as the ‘flesh-eating disease’, is a significant medical condition that requires urgent treatment.
Many of us who have been following the unfolding Inquest, are not surprised that the Coroner found gross and significant failures on the part of those caring for him.
Transferring out of SHPS will not be suitable for every housing association. So what should housing associations do?
In all the action to remove defective cladding, leaseholders have been the elephant in the room. Whilst social landlords might have adopted a wait and see approach private landlords do not have that luxury.
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