The Government has released several factsheets on the Building Safety Bill. We will be reviewing these and outlining how they can assist providers to prepare for the new building safety regime.
In response to the Covid-19 outbreak, Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP can reassure you that we are taking all necessary measures to ensure that we can provide continuity of service to you.
As per the current government guidelines we have completed a risk assessment in respect of our working practices during the Covid-19 pandemic. This risk assessment is subject to regular review and sits alongside our health and safety policies, as well as our hybrid working guidance.
The purpose of the risk assessment is to reduce the risk of spreading the virus in relation to all people connected with the day-to-day business of the firm (clients, employees, partners, contractors, suppliers and visitors, whether they attend our offices or engage with the firm in the wider community).
You can download a copy of the firm’s most recent Covid-19 risk assessment here.
Should you have any queries regarding this please contact Sam Coley, head of risk, compliance and knowledge.
With the new law, spouses will be able to achieve a good divorce, making the best of a bad situation.
Anthony Collins Solicitors is able to be at the forefront of family law issues and to be a driving force for change and promotion of conciliatory working.
Anthony Collins Solicitors is supporting Resolution’s Good Divorce Week commencing on 29 November. But what is Resolution, what’s its purpose and what is a Good Divorce Week?
Anthony Collins Solicitors (ACS) has been named Family Law Firm of the Year: Midlands and Wales at the prestigious Family Law Firm Awards.
Puja Desai interviews employees around the firm and discusses their experience with different invisible illnesses. The first part was on diabetes, the second MS and this podcast focuses on epilepsy.
Social mobility and its impact on the modern workforce was top of the agenda at a virtual event hosted by law firm Anthony Collins Solicitors on Tuesday 23 November.
This month we will be considering the impact of the Autumn Budget and Spending Review on the charity sector, trustee good practice concerning benefits and net carbon zero plans.
Earlier this month, the Environment Act 2021 received Royal Assent introducing the Office for Environmental Protection. Many charities and environmental groups are buoyed by the new legislation.
Chris Lloyd-Smith, a partner at Birmingham-based law firm Anthony Collins Solicitors (ACS), has been elected as chair of Resolution’s West Midlands group.