Legal services in Swansea have received a major boost with the announcement of three significant appointments.
Leading Swansea law firm Peter Lynn and Partners have created three new partners in what can be seen as yet another dramatic expansion in the operation.
Solicitors Del Cudd, Jen Finch and Chris Tymanowski have all been promoted within PL&P which has branches across south Wales in Swansea, Mumbles, Morriston, Pontardawe and Penarth.
“We are delighted to announce these appointments,” said senior partner Peter Lynn.
“Del is a hugely experienced solicitor who will continue leading litigation in our SA1 office.
This is a great opportunity for Jen, who…
The Wales Women’s Under-19s cricket team have recently returned from a successful competition in Dubai, flying the flag for Welsh Cricket.
The 14-strong squad, coached by former Glamorgan all rounder John Derrick, returned from the Middle East having finished fourth in the eight-team Women’s Arch Trophy.
Wales completed memorable victories over Lancashire and Scotland and since returning from Dubai batsman Gwenan Davies has been selected for the England Women’s Development Programme U19 squad on the back of her performances.
Gwenan and the team’s displays in Dubai were boosted by the sponsorship they received from one of Swansea’s leading law firms, Peter Lynn…
March 8th this year saw the implementation of the extension of an employee’s right to request unpaid parental leave which will now be extended by a further 5 weeks per child.
An employee is entitled to take parental leave from 13 weeks to 18 weeks as from today. The changes have been quietly introduced via subordinate legislation and entitle a parent or adopting parent to take up to 18 weeks of unpaid leave for each child which can be taken up to the child 5th birthday (or 18th birthday in respect of adoptions after 1999 or disabled child).
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Following the judgment of the Landmark case of 2000 White –v- White, there was a general perception that English Law is more generous to spouses than they are elsewhere.
However, the recent case of oil trader Michael Prest and his wife Yazmin may strip Britain of this title.
The case involved Judges powers to make orders against companies assets and it appeared that there is a conflict as to whether treating companies as separate legal entities would now be the norm where as previously, the Family Courts have allowed company assets to be stripped in divorce cases.
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