Q: How and why did you become a divorce lawyer and how long have you done it for?
A: I was privileged to experience a wide range of different areas... Read more »
It doesn’t sound exciting but when data protection hits the news it’s usually because the fines are massive. Earlier this month, the Irish Data... Read more »
They had one (main) job to do, and, as Alistair Osborne wrote in the Times last week their stance on interest rates has been a ‘monumental... Read more »
On International Women’s Day 2022, our Head of Employment, Rhian Radia, hosted a webinar for HR professionals and business leaders on the subject of... Read more »
The government has imposed a tranche of sanctions on Russia in response to the situation in Ukraine. The Law Society’s guidance on the UK sanctions... Read more »
The next webinar in our popular series ‘In Conversation with Bishop & Sewell’ – ‘Leasehold Question Time’ is taking place on 29 March... Read more »
Despite the UK Government’s decision to extend support to greater numbers of Ukrainians fleeing in the wake of Russia’s invasion, the response to... Read more »
Bishop & Sewell has appointed Partners David Hodgson and Philip Rutter as the new Joint Heads of the firm’s highly respected Family Department.
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Mark Chick, our Senior Partner is quoted in the Law Society Gazette in a feature article entitled ‘Home Truths’ – which is a round-up of a... Read more »
The Digital Devices (Access for Next of Kin) Bill is currently progressing through parliament, having had its first reading on 18 January 2022. The... Read more »