How can the beneficiary of an estate be sure that they have received what they are entitled to?

How can the beneficiary of an estate be sure that they have received what they are entitled to?

Are you dealing with the estate of someone who has died, and want to know what records you must keep and what information you must give to the beneficiaries?

Freeths expands its commercial team with lateral partner hire

Freeths expands its commercial team with lateral partner hire

Freeths Solicitors is delighted to announce that it has recruited a commercial contracts specialist in to its Oxford offices on Cowley Business Park.

What you need to know from the Autumn Budget 2017

What you need to know from the Autumn Budget 2017

Debbie Austin of Wellers assesses the Budget and its impact on businesses and individuals.

Why Val and Owen stand out from the crowd

Why Val and Owen stand out from the crowd

Val Buzzard and Owen Kyffin, two directors with expertise in different areas, stood out from the crowd at this years’ annual staff conference of one of the leading accountancy practice and business advisors Whitley Stimpson.

Rebecca Howlett

Six things you need to know to protect and promote your intellectual property

Failing to protect your intellectual property (IP) rights can impact considerably on your finances. Even worse, if you don’t own control over the rights that your business was founded on, this could destroy it. Yet many companies only address the issue of IP when something has gone awry and needs to be fixed.

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Moorcrofts LLP reaffirms its position in Chambers and Partners as a leading law firm

Corporate law firm, Moorcrofts is celebrating after being recommended for its outstanding expertise by one of the most influential legal directories, Chambers & Partners UK.

Mark Emmery

Prominent Oxford employment lawyer joins Freeths’ highly regarded employment law team

Oxford’s leading law firm, Freeths Solicitors, is delighted to announce that it has recruited an exceptional employment lawyer in to its Oxford offices.

Mark Emmery

Employment Tribunal Fees – The Bigger Picture

In its recent Judgment on Employment Tribunal fees, the Supreme Court laid waste to the Government’s rationale for imposing fees for employees bringing employment tribunal claims.

Simon Stokes

Companies and partnerships must act quickly to ensure compliance with new tax evasion measures, law firm warns

Companies (including charitable companies) and partnerships have just a few days left to make sure they comply with strict new rules designed to combat tax evasion, leading law firm Blake Morgan has warned.

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How to score on and off the pitch

Oxford United’s recent success on the pitch leads not only to Wembley but also to potential commercial reward off the pitch. Penningtons Manches takes a look at how “The U’s” can protect – and capitalise on – one of its most valuable assets: the brand.

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Penningtons Manches’ highly ranked team offers individuals access to excellence

The Oxford office of Penningtons Manches LLP has considerably strengthened its offering for individuals since Manches joined forces with Penningtons in October 2013.