Expanding solicitors Peter Lynn & Partners have announced the take over of respected legal firm Ivor Evans & Benjamin (IE&B), one of Swansea’s oldest practices.
IE&B, which has been in operation for nearly 140 years, has now been incorporated into PLP. All staff has transferred and the former partners have become consultants of Peter Lynn & Partners.
It takes PL&P’s number of lawyers to 30 and total staff to 58.
“The acquisition of Ivor Evans and Benjamin continues PLP remarkable expansion and confirms us as one of the most dynamic law firms in Wales,” said Peter Lynn, Senior Partner at Peter Lynn & Partners.
“I am just delighted the deal has gone through as this improves the service for the clients of both firms.
“We now have a very wide skills base in all areas of law – a huge amount of business contacts to assist clients. It means clients will benefit from economies…
Expanding Welsh solicitors firm Peter Lynn & Partners has announced a key promotion with consultant Catrin Stephens being made a partner.
“This is a well deserved elevation. Catrin is a highly experienced solicitor specialising in family & matrimonial law and she has obtained fantastic results for major clients in their matrimonial settlements,” said Peter Lynn, Senior Partner at PL&P.
“Making her a partner reflects her renewed level of commitment to the firm and its professional clients.”
Catrin has specialist knowledge in cases involving the military and civil forces and acts for policemen, firemen, and armed forces personnel as well as for prominent…
Legal practice Peter Lynn & Partners is pleased to announce the expansion of Business & Vehicle Finance Limited.
The company, which trades under the name of the Llanelli Motor Company, has long been a client of Peter Lynn & Partners, one of South Wales’ largest and most respected law firms.
Business & Vehicle Finance Limited recently purchased a long established motor company business and a substantial commercial premises in Dafen, a process that was overseen by Partner and Head of Commercial Property Chris Tymanowski. The deal, which also involved a wider business restructure, was funded by Barclays Bank plc, Finance Wales…
When blonde sorority queen Elle Woods decides to follow her ex-boyfriend to law school she soon discovers that she has more legal savvy than she ever imagined. This is the plot of 2001 rom-com Legally Blonde, a film about solidarity and sisterhood set in the hallowed halls of Harvard Law School that is currently being preened for the stage by The Mark Jermin Stage School. But who could the award winning, South Wales based school call on for a lesson in law?
This week Elle, her sorority sisters and her chihuahua Bruiser descended on the offices of Peter Lynn &…
Leading South Wales solicitors firm Peter Lynn and Partners has helped to fund covers for this week’s Swansea Cricket Festival that sees Glamorgan take on Sussex and Gloucestershire.
Along with St Helen’s Balconiers – the Glamorgan supporter’s club, Swansea Council and Swansea Cricket Club, PL&P have provided the funding for the covers for the wicket.
Not only has PL&P helped with the covers they are the principal Festival sponsor of the five days of cricket.
“We are delighted to be sponsoring the Festival for another year as we believe that it is important for a sporting hotbed such as Swansea to continue…
An estimated 180,000 wills are written each year by unregulated services and having these incorrectly prepared could have huge personal and financial consequences for families. According to the legal ombudsman thousands of people are being misadvised by unregulated claims management and will writing companies.
Most unregulated providers offer Will writing services at a fraction of the price of the majority of Solicitors, and as a result consumers could end up with wills which are often too simplistic and do not accurately reflect their wishes.
Unregulated providers are not insured, do not provide a compensation fund and are not covered by the…
With the number of employment tribunal claims on the increase, employers have to, once again, pay particular attention to the process and issues of dealing with employees who are either underachieving or whose performance leaves something to be desired.
Law firm Peter Lynn & Partners has pledged their support to companies affected by poor performance to ensure the procedures used to resolve such issues don’t leave the wider organisation vulnerable to potential claims.
“Often it is the case that employers become paralysed by the fear of dealing with poor performance incorrectly and finding themselves on the wrong side of an adverse…