Wednesday 16 April, 2014 by BRM Solicitors
Monday 14 April, 2014 by Gemma Hardwick
Wednesday 9 April, 2014 by BRM Solicitors
Ashley Wood, a director in the Litigation Department, is helping to organise the event, following his long-time friend Matt Rowland, a local photographer and former Estate Agent, being diagnosed with the disease in 2013. …continue reading »
Tuesday 11 March, 2014 by BRM Solicitors
Most businesses will now be aware that if they have more than one employee, their workforce must be enrolled in a pension scheme.
While there is no shortage of seminars on auto-enrolment and pension reform they often focus on what the law says pension reform is and that companies must implement pensions.
Often missing is a vital explanation of how much it will cost and how to introduce a compulsory pension. …continue reading »
Thursday 6 March, 2014 by BRM Solicitors
In a recently completed deal, Clay Cross printing company, Peppermint Press, has been sold to Worksop-based Bayliss Printing Company, creating a very strong marketing-led Digital and Litho twin site printing business trading as Bayliss Peppermint. …continue reading »
Tuesday 4 February, 2014 by BRM Solicitors
Please see our earlier post for more information about this event at the following link: Help The Duke’s Barn By Making A Will In February
To book an appointment to make your Will and help this very worthy cause, please contact Gemma Hardwick on 01246 564030 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 31 January, 2014 by Amy Hallam
Since then, the draft legislation has been revised to make it more flexible and effective.
However, it does seem the legislation has now been watered down somewhat. …continue reading »
Friday 31 January, 2014 by BRM Solicitors
I contacted Companies House about the email who confirmed it is not from them and they are aware of similar emails doing the rounds. …continue reading »
Friday 10 January, 2014 by BRM Solicitors
Wednesday 8 January, 2014 by BRM Solicitors
During February 2014 we are giving people the opportunity to write their Will for free, while at the same time helping raise funds for a local charity which helps to improve the lives of children with special needs. …continue reading »