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.
Wright Hassall are pleased to confirm we are members of the Certainty National Will Register – www.certainty.co.uk.
Leamington Spa based software and development services company Webmoco has secured an investment of almost £700,000 from venture capital specialist Midven, with support on the legal aspects of the deal provided by Wright Hassall's corporate team.
A focus on the ‘good, the bad and the ugly’ of the construction sector in the past year provided the opening act in a magnificent seven of speakers addressing delegates at Wright Hassall’s annual construction conference.
It was cheers all around for guests attending Leamington solicitors Wright Hassall’s latest social event as the law firm hosted its first ever beer festival.
Kay Francis had been responsible for the care of baby Daniel Kunigiskis, who died a few days after being born at Warwick Hospital in 2012. A professional hearing has heard how the midwife failed to identify the fact that the fetal heart rate had slowed down, or to manage that.
A Warwickshire pensioner has told how she was left scarred for life following a botched facelift. Pearl Richman was awarded more than £43,000 in compensation after her life was ‘almost ruined’ by a procedure carried out in 2010.
Wright Hassall acted for Expo Management as the Leamington-based events and publishing company was acquired by Diversified Communications UK – the UK division of global publishing and media company Diversified Communications.
A leading agricultural solicitor and rural business expert has taken over as chair of the Warwickshire branch of the CLA. Paul Rice, a partner at Leamington-based law firm Wright Hassall, has taken over at the helm from the 9th Marquess of Hertford, Lord Hertford of Ragley Hall, who held the position for two years.