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The Gift of Giving

This Christmas, Loosemores Solicitors are pleased to be supporting Llamau, Wales’ leading homelessness charity, in its Christmas Appeal. Christmas can be a very difficult time of the year for those who are experiencing homelessness.  Llamau will provide a safe place for…

Warning Issued For ‘Risky’ Online Legal Tool

Loosemores Solicitors has backed the recent Solicitors For The Elderly (SFE) report which raises serious concerns about the Government’s Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) online tool for creating a Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA). A Lasting Power of Attorney…

New UK Sports Governance Code Launched

A new Code for Sports Governance sets out the levels of transparency, accountability and financial integrity that will be required from those who ask for Government and National Lottery funding from April 2017. The Code has three tiers and will apply…

New Appointments

We are pleased to announce two new appointments. Rachel Rees has joined us as a Legal Secretary. Upon leaving full-time education, Rachel qualified as a Legal Executive with a background in both residential conveyancing and probate work.  Following qualification, Rachel…

New Ruling On Holiday Pay

The Court of Appeal has handed down its decision in the case of British Gas v Lock. The decision confirms that when calculating holiday pay workers are entitled to be paid an amount that reflects the commission they would have…

New Partner Appointed

Loosemores Solicitors is pleased to announce the appointment of a new partner. Maria Cosslett has been promoted to partner at the firm where she started her career. Maria is head of the Private Client department and is a highly experienced…

The impact of Brexit

A fortnight after the historic vote to leave the EU the dust doesn’t look like settling anytime some. At the moment it is impossible to predict with accuracy precisely how the vote will effect employment law, commercial transactions and corporate…

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