Keebles acted on our behalf in a dispute with a local council over the provision of Carehome services. We were provided with clear specialist advice which resulted in a favourable commercial settlement without the need to resort to Court proceedings.
Throughout our conveyance process, Keebles were very professional and timely in their response. I will use them again and recommend them
All along we have been delighted with the help given by your team. We felt we have been kept up to date throughout the process and would like to thank you for all your help in this matter.
A petition has been launched to allow bereavement leave following the death of a family pet.
In the recent case of Tillman v Egon Zehnder Ltd, the Supreme Court upheld a non-compete restriction setting what could prove to become a very helpful precedent for employers.
With the prospect of a no deal Brexit now looking increasingly likely, businesses must urgently reflect on the potential impact on their commercial contracts.
Instagram has triggered a boom in the sharing of food-related pictures and it’s not only amateur chefs getting involved.
A potent combination of increased guest expectation and the disruption caused by the rise and rise of Airbnb (particularly as an Airbnb tends to be around 40% cheaper than a hotel room) has given hoteliers all over the world something to think about.
Although it may not be a particularly common occurrence, clients do occasionally ask us to help them get rid of squatters who have take up occupation in a residential or commercial property they own.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of solicitor Gabrielle Allen as a new member of our expanding residential property team.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Paralegal Sophie Balfour as a new member of our growing Private Client team in Doncaster.