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It is our people, and the way that we service our clients, that set us apart.

Every client an advocate.
That's the Wright Hassall way.

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"Commentators label him "a very smooth transactional lawyer who is always looking to get the deal moving." Chambers UK
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"Stuart Thwaites is "very efficient and prompt to respond," and "extremely knowledgeable," say interviewees. He acts on contentious and transactional matters" Chambers UK

We act for national and international companies but it is SMEs and individuals across our region who are the focus of our business.

People we help

After Mr B went to his GP complaining of pain and a lump in his right testicle he was referred to a specialist who performed an orchidectomy. The tissue was sent for analysis and the pathologist diagnosed testicular cancer, the treatment for which was chemotherapy.

Six months later, Mr B noticed a swelling in his groin and, following a biopsy, he was informed that he had diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (a common type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma) and underwent a different course of chemotherapy. 

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Kate Anderson - Will Drafting Lawyer
Our team of technical experts Kate advises clients on powers of attorney and estate planning including the preparation and use of wills and trusts.

Recent articles

January 20th, 2021 What does 2021 have in store for us?

As 2020 passed the baton to 2021, any optimism we may have been harbouring about a gradual return to normality, as the vaccination programme began its rollout, was badly dented by another lockdown and the inevitable economic disruption that entails.

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January 18th, 2021 Coronavirus and the business interruption insurance test case

Many businesses had insurance cover designed to pay losses if they had to close down for a period, known as business interruption insurance

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January 18th, 2021 Adjudication enforcement challenge before the courts once again

Generally speaking, courts take robust approach to adjudicators' decisions and tend to rubber stamp the vast majority when a successful party in an adjudication applies for a court order validating the adjudicator’s decision.

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