On 23 July, trainees from Anthony Collins Solicitors will host an ‘experience day’, which will involve various activities and presentations, with lawyers and non-lawyers from across the firm.
Anthony Collins Solicitors is a values led business, and one which is distinctive and passionate about meeting the needs of our clients. We have a significant presence in our chosen markets; our client areas include social housing, private legal services, local government and regeneration, faith, health and social care, children and young people, and not just for profit enterprise.
As trusted advisers to our clients, we establish, build and achieve solutions which empower people to look to the future with confidence, and know that their affairs are planned and they will be looked after; and that their loved ones and chosen causes can be supported in appropriate, protective and tax efficient ways.
We are seeking a Private Client Solicitor, we suggest 3-7 years PQE, who is seeking to secure a role completing a wide range of work, undertaking Estate and Tax Planning, Estate Administration, Powers of Attorney, the establishment and running of Trusts and preparation of Wills. The successful candidate will have previous experience of this type of work and will ideally be STEP qualified or working towards the qualification. This role is suited to someone looking to develop their technical skills, together with the passion to be involved in supporting others to further grow the success of the team. The post offers an exciting opportunity to work alongside regionally and nationally recognised practitioners, and of enhancing your career, whilst continuing to enjoy the professional challenge and sense of satisfaction you get from supporting our clients.
This is a great opportunity to join a supportive firm which values its staff and the contribution that you make.
Anthony Collins Solicitors is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Head of the claimant clinical negligence and personal injury department.
A recent case in the Court of Appeal will no doubt bring a sigh of relief for employers, but a corresponding sigh of disappointment may be uttered for equality and gender balance in the workplace.
A recent case stands as a good reminder to employers to be careful when distinguishing between pensionable employment under a pension scheme’s rules and employment under a contract of employment.
Even those of us with zero football knowledge will most likely know of the shenanigans at a Chelsea FC game this season.
The gig economy, the tensions between it, and our more established ways of working are rarely far from the news these days.
The case of Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd v Crawford  EWCA Civil 269 will not win awards for excitement but is useful guidance when dealing with workers’ rest periods under the WTR 1998.
Non-UK nationals will surely be worried about an uncertain future, with much still unclear. These feelings will inevitably accompany people to work, and so employers need to be prepared.
Join us at the CIH Annual Conference 2019 at Manchester Central from 25-27 June.
This case is salutary to lawyers to make sure that they get full information from the client about all of their assets, income and liabilities and family members and dynamics.
This recent case has highlighted another situation where it may be possible for under 18-year-olds to make "a will".