Business owners in Coventry and Warwickshire are invited to learn from the experts to plan for the sale of their business by attending a free event.
One of the region’s oldest law firms is preparing for a picture perfect major anniversary. Wright Hassall celebrates its 170th anniversary in 2016 and to mark the occasion the Leamington-based firm is launching a photography competition.
Mask-arade recognised as Business Desk's "Deal of the Month". Andy Coyne, Business Desk, comments "Mask-arade is a great example of a business being based around one good idea but then developed further through a mixture hard work and creativity... and well done to Wright Hassall for expertly steering the takeover deal through to a satisfactory conclusion for all concerned.”
Public authorities putting out tenders for services have been warned not to fall foul of costly mistakes during selection processes. The warning from solicitors Wright Hassall follows a landmark case in the High Court in which the firm acted for an organisation which challenged the outcome of a public procurement, resulting in the public authority abandoning its procurement.
Law firm Wright Hassall hosted its inaugural Heritage Property Conference at Stoneleigh Abbey, which attracted more than 100 property figures from across the UK, and also outlined the importance of engaging in proactive discussions with key stakeholders at the earliest possible stage when working on heritage projects.
Philip Harris, partner in the construction department at Leamington law firm Wright Hassall, has been appointed to the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) Dispute Board Panel.
Wright Hassall had double success at this year's FirstPro awards, organised by Coventry & Warwickshire First: Legal Professional of the Year and Business Services Professional of the Year.
The company was advised on the purchase of the plot, the acquisition of some additional land and development finance by Leamington-based law firm Wright Hassall. David Wheeler, of Beechfield Estates, said the complex is set to be a leading example of a sustainable development.
Two of the leading figures in the heritage property sector have been lined up to speak at an inaugural conference in the Midlands.
David Hotton manages a UK balance sheet of £14 billlion in his role as Head of Treasury for Handelsbanken, and will host a lunchtime Q&A session at the headquarters of Midlands law firm Wright Hassall.