Leading legal firm Peter Lynn & Partners has revealed that their participation in the current production of Aladdin at Penyrheol Theatre has been so much more than sponsorship.
Flying into the Swansea theatre until Tuesday 23rd December, the entire show is a ‘Peter Lynn affair’. In addition to pledging sponsorship to the production throughout its two week run, Partner Peter Lynn is also starring as the Emperor of Peking.
Peter stars alongside his son and rising star Harry Lynn who has been cast in the lead role of Aladdin. As well as being a high flying member of the Mark Jermin Stage School for the last three years, the 16-year-old up and coming actor recently scooped the lead role in popular BBC series Casualty.
“It has been a great opportunity to get involved in the show! We hope that by sponsoring and starring in the production we can bring some more Christmas…
Leading solicitors firm Peter Lynn & Partners is pleased to announce the forthcoming opening of Tree Tops Day Nursery.
The firm recently acted on behalf of the nursery during the purchase of the former Craig Y Nos School adjoining Clyne Common. Nia Godsmark was the solicitor that represented Tree Tops during the acquisition process, she joined the firm in 2014 and specialises in commercial and company law.
Partner Chris Tymanowski acted on the funding of the purchase, which covered the property, assets and associated security. The purchase was funded by Knox Commercial Finance Limited, another client of Peter Lynn & Partners.
It’s officially panto season (oh no it isn’t, oh yes it is) and once again Jermin Productions has unveiled a show stopping extravaganza that is guaranteed to get you in the festive spirit.
Adding a touch of magic, and not to mention a flying carpet and a host of leading talent, to the city of Swansea, the mysterious and captivating tale of Aladdin will be making its way to Penyrheol Theatre. Starring Tracey Beaker Returns’ Amy Leigh Hickman as Princess Jasmin and Wolfblood’s Leona Vaughan, the performance…
Established south Wales solicitors firm Peter Lynn & Partners are proud to be supporters of the Christmas lights switch on in Mumbles again.
PL&P, who have an office in Newton Road, Mumbles, are looking forward to the special switch on event on Thursday, November 20th at 7pm to be conducted by two Wales captains – Swansea City’s Ashley Williams and Ospreys’ Alun Wyn Jones.
“Once again it is a pleasure to support the Mumbles Christmas lights switch on,” said senior partner Peter Lynn.
“It always a special time of the year and I always think the Mumbles event signals the start of…
With the recent case for overtime being included in holiday pay hitting the headlines, many businesses may be in a state of panic.
The Employment Appeals Tribunal case saw workers win a claim for additional holiday pay based on the amount of overtime they had worked, however established solicitor Peter Lynn & Partners has urged businesses that this new ruling is no reason to change attitudes towards overtime.
“The Employment Appeals Tribunal has ruled on a number of joint cases concerning the definition of ‘normal remuneration’ and the calculation of that in terms of holiday pay entitlement. A statutory right of…
Established law firm Peter Lynn & Partners has echoed the findings of a recent BBC campaign to get individuals to take making a Will seriously.
According to the BBC and the latest figures from the Law Society, the majority of people aged under 55 are yet to write a Will. The BBC also found that using templates to write a Will also comes with a number of risks, with Peter Lynn & Partners recommending a professionally drafted document over the ‘do-it-yourself’ option.
“A Will is the only way that you can keep control of your estate and financial affairs after your…
Established law firm Peter Lynn & Partners has reiterated the importance of following correct legal procedures when dismissing employees.
The Swansea-based legal practice recently celebrated successfully pleading a case of unfair dismissal that was heard by the Employment Tribunal in Cardiff.
The Tribunal found that the Respondent had failed to follow any kind of fair procedure, and is likely to award a five figure sum in damages to the Claimant.
“The case hinged massively on procedural unfairness. The Respondent failed to adopt any form of procedure before coming to the decision to dismiss the Claimant, and it continued in the same vein…