Leading South Wales legal firm Peter Lynn and Partners is delighted to announce it is sponsoring Pontarddulais for a third year running.
The Swansea firm is part shirt sponsors of the Division Two West side and also has advertising hoardings at the ground.
As part of the sponsorship arrangement PL&P also offer a discounted advice scheme that gives money back to the club if their members use the legal firm’s services.
“We are delighted to be sponsoring Pontarddulais for a third year running – we feel we have a real affinity with the club,” said Peter Lynn, Senior Partner at PL&P.
“Pontarddulais is a great club and it continues Peter Lynn & Partners’ desire to help grassroots sport in south Wales as much as we can.”
Leading South Wales solicitor Peter Lynn has been drafted on to the board of directors Swansea BID (Business Improvement District).
Russell Greenslade, Chief Executive of Swansea BID, believes Peter, Senior Partner at Peter Lynn & Partners, will be a fine asset at an important time for the city.
“It’s great to have Peter joining our BID board of directors,” said Russell.
“Being a BID Member himself for the last year or so he understands the operational and strategic objectives of the BID to make the city centre a better place to shop, visit, stay and do business which his expertise, drive and enthusiasm…
For most people in their teens and 20s buying a property is often a distant and unachievable dream.
It often means years of saving only to scrape enough together for a small flat.
But BBC Newsbeat found a couple Ellie King, 20, and Rory Schurer-Lewis, 22, who weren’t prepared to accept the wait.
Now they are proud owners of a large four-bed detached home. Newsbeat went to Cheshire to find out what they did to make it all happen.
Ellie and Rory bought their home via the government’s Help to Buy scheme which meant they could borrow 20% of their deposit.
They needed to…
The Christmas party season is upon us and employers are being warned to ensure against problems that could long outlive the hangover.
Leading solicitor Peter Lynn & Partners has produced a useful checklist of what employers need to consider during the festivities.
“We would warn employers that the office party could have serious ramifications if not handled properly and sensibly,” said PL&P Partner Stuart Atherton.
“I think you have to be careful what you promise. For instance the Christmas party is not the place to offer promotion or bonuses. Bosses need to make sure a friendly chat could easily be misconstrued and…
Leading solicitors Peter Lynn & Partners have announced a sponsorship deal with Pontardawe Football Club.
The South Wales firm will be providing ground advertising as part of the sponsorship package which they will be hoping will help Pontardawe in their Welsh Division Two campaign.
“We are delighted to be able to help out Pontardawe FC with this sponsorship and continues our support of grassroots sport,” said Peter Lynn, Senior Partner at PL&P.
“We are very pleased to be supporting Swansea City as well, having agreed a five-figure deal for this season, but to us sport in the community is just as important.”
Expanding Welsh solicitors firm Peter Lynn & Partners has announced Partner Chris Tymanowski has been made a full Equity Partner.
Chris has been a key part of PL&P for the past five years.
“I am delighted that Chris has become a full equity partner with significant share ownership of this firm and this is reward for his commitment and loyalty to the firm which continues to grow and develop,” said Peter Lynn, Senior Partner at PL&P.
“Chris has enormous experience of business law and commercial property. He offers an important specialism in the services we offer.”
Chris became a salaried partner in February…
Many directors are unaware of the changes to the law that took place on the 1st October 2015, including the right of office holders, such as administrators and liquidators to assign claims, including claims for fraudulent and wrongful trading, which are now regarded as assets in the insolvency estate to be assigned and sold.
Many directors do not take out D&O insurance policies but even if they do there is often a claw back in respect of those policies where such allegations are made. As such many directors may now face personal claims against them when their companies fail.