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Andrew Donaldson joins from a South Yorkshire based legal firm and is based at LCF Law’s new flagship office in Leeds.
LCF Law is expanding its Leeds city centre office into 6,000 sq ft of newly refurbished space at 33 Park Place.
The new premises will accommodate 60 of LCF Law’s team, with lawyers and support staff moving from the firm’s existing Leeds city centre office on Sovereign Street. The firm, which provides a full range of corporate and personal legal services, will relocate to Park Place early this year.
It is well understood that English law has not dedicated itself to laying down a general principle of good faith in respect of performance of commercial contracts and that, parties are free to tailor contracts to their own liking and any express terms agreed between them are not undermined. However, the concept of good faith can be introduced and affect a commercial contract in a limited number of ways.
The new Intellectual Property (IP) Accelerator connects SMEs to a network of intellectual property law firms that provide trademark registration services, in a bid for SMEs to quickly obtain intellectual property rights and brand protection in the US when using Amazon’s online stores.
When speaking to people, the common fear surrounding Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)s is a lack of control – but an LPA is there to protect a person. The problems occur when people leave it too late to make one
Trio of qualifying solicitors offered permanent roles at LCF Law
The Next Generation Networking events are for young professionals people from the financial, legal, accountancy and many other sectors of the Yorkshire business community getting together to get to know new people and build connections in a relaxing atmosphere
Bristow & Sutor acquires Sheffield-based credit management business
Experienced solicitor Harjit Rait, who leads the family law team at LCF Law’s Bradford office, has become a Resolution Accredited Specialist Family Lawyer, with specialisms in complex financial remedies and the law surrounding children.
LCF Law, has joined forces with Pulse Radio to promote recycling. The firm is also launching its own project to reduce waste and recycle more across its offices in Leeds, Bradford, Harrogate and Ilkley.