Experienced litigation specialist Adrian Jeremiah has joined one of the largest law firms in South West Wales.
Adrian, who brings a wealth of experience in the fields of defendant personal injury, inquests, debt and insolvency, professional negligence, contract disputes, local authority disputes, licensing and prosecutions will be based out the firms head office in SA1.
Adrian commented “As one of the fastest growing law firms in the region with one of the largest litigation teams, when the opportunity to join Peter Lynn and Partners arose, the decision was an easy one”.
Offering a truly unique skillset to clients, Adrian has extensive experience across both the public and private sectors having worked in the City and County of Swansea’s Legal Department for ten years before undertaking several years in private practice advising on a range of legal matters.
Peter Lynn, Senior Partner commented “We are pleased to announce the appointment of Adrian to our…
South Wales law firm Peter Lynn and Partners have renewed their sponsorship of the Swansea Cricket Festival.
The festival, which is organised by St Helen’s Balconiers (the Glamorgan Cricket Supporters Club) and is supported by Swansea Council and Swansea RFC will see Glamorgan partake in five days of first class cricket.
Between Sunday 31st July and Saturday 6th August, the Glamorgan County Cricket team will be in Swansea to play one Royal London One-Day Cup 50 over game and one four-day LV County Championship game, against Hampshire and Northamptonshire respectively.
Peter Lynn, Senior Partner at the Law Firm commented “We are delighted to be sponsoring the Festival…
Richard Howe, Partner and personal injury specialist with leading Welsh law firm Peter Lynn and Partners has completed a ‘Bike & Boot’ challenge with four other fundraisers in aid of Ruhija Little Angels Orphanage and School in Uganda.
Richard, who is based out of the Pontardawe office of Peter Lynn and Partners, cycled from Clydach to Llanberis over two days before ascending Mount Snowdon on the third day which proved to be testing on both body and mind.
Mr Howe commented “Whilst the three days were challenging physically, the reason we were doing it kept us motivated and focused throughout”.
South West Wales law firm Peter Lynn and Partners is proud to announce its sponsorship deal with invitational seven-a-side rugby team, Carmarthenshire Warriors.
The team, who compete in an international fixture list throughout the summer, feature a number of experienced as well as up and coming names in sevens rugby for both men and women.
Arwel Davies, Manager of the team commented “We rely on the support of local businesses to help with team costs and to have a firm such as Peter Lynn and Partners on board is a very welcome addition”.
Continuing the support of grass roots sport, the deal…
The country is still reeling from the outcome of ‘Brexit’ however whilst there is still widespread uncertainty, there may be opportunities in the commercial property market – especially for cash buyers.
At Peter Lynn & Partners, we have a dedicated commercial property team who have evaluated the options for property developers and have identified a means to raise funds from private investors.
Our approach minimises the costs associated with legal structures and not only enables us to respond quickly but reduces the time you spend identifying and negotiating with prospective investors allowing you…
To meet the ever-changing needs of the marketplace Peter Lynn & Partners have designed a bespoke Human Resources support plan – The Guardian Scheme.
The scheme addresses both the legal and human resource requirements of a business as well as health and safety advice as an affordable optional extra.
Stuart Atherton, Senior Partner commented “by addressing both functions we can protect and support our clients while maximising the potential of their greatest asset – their people; and allowing them to concentrate on doing what they do best – running their business”.
The scheme is applicable to a wide range of businesses across…
Restructuring businesses is something that frequently hits the headlines when a business is bought or sold but it is not something that is often considered when there is a marital breakdown.
Sara Plant, Partner and divorce specialist at Peter Lynn & Partners commented, “A family enterprise can be established in many different ways and this will have a direct impact on how the business is dealt with during a marital breakdown. The family business is not shielded from the proceedings, even if one partner has nothing to do with the actual business”.
Sara recommends considering the following situations: