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Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors secures Law Society’s conveyancing quality mark

Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors secures Law Society’s conveyancing quality mark

Cartmell Shepherd in Cumbria and Northumberland has once again secured membership to the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme – the mark of excellence for the home buying process. This is the 8th year in a row that Cartmell Shepherd has achieved CQS accreditation. Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors underwent rigorous assessment by the Law Society in order […]

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Royal Mail employee unfairly dismissed after manager’s false report

Royal Mail employee unfairly dismissed after manager’s false report

A Royal Mail employee has won her case of unfair dismissal in a case that went all the way to the Supreme Court. Ms Kamaljeet Jhuti joined the Marketreach unit of Royal Mail in October 2013 on a trial basis as a media specialist. She quickly raised concerns about potential regulatory breaches in the processes. […]

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Footballers in tax avoidance scheme lose negligence claim

Footballers in tax avoidance scheme lose negligence claim

Wealthy professional footballers who took part in a failed tax avoidance scheme have lost their claims of breach of contract and professional negligence against two banks. The case centred on schemes advertised as vehicles through which taxpayers could contribute funds to limited liability partnerships for investing in films, offsetting their share of the partnership losses […]

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Cartmell Shepherd – Taking care of our Clients

Cartmell Shepherd – Taking care of our Clients

At Cartmell Shepherd we value and encourage client feedback and we regularly review the feedback we receive.  As part of our commitment to improving the services we provide we send our clients a feedback questionnaire at the end of every matter or case. Why choose us? The feedback we have received from October to December 2019 […]

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Businesses urge new government to tackle late payment abuse

Businesses urge new government to tackle late payment abuse

Businesses across different sectors are urging the new government to end late payment practices that are crippling many small companies. They say the existing Prompt Payment Code isn’t working and fear a surge in company insolvencies if no action is taken. David Frise, CEO of the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), said repeated failures by […]

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