Napthens solicitors, one of Lancashire’s best known legal practices, has been named Best Legal Firm at the Lancashire Business Awards.
A Lancashire farm has invested in a hi-tech robotic milking system in a move which will allow it to increase its herd.
CUMBRIAN metal fabricators Hold Engineering Ltd has been acquired by Chorley-based engineering group NIS Holdings Ltd.
AN EMPLOYMENT expert is warning of the need for tribunal procedures to be followed to the letter to legitimately bring a tribunal case to an end – or risk facing substantial financial penalties.
Robert Richards, partner in the Litigation team at Napthens solicitors’ Blackpool office, has been invited to be the keynote speaker at a forthcoming Fylde coast landlords’ Forum.
Many businesses may be forced to rethink staff benefits after a landmark legal ruling.
A Lancashire solicitor has backed a call to tighten regulation for Will writers, after an investigation highlighted the dangers of unregulated practitioners misleading customers.
Careless messages posted on Facebook are resulting in costly defamation cases in the region, a solicitor is warning.
Homeless charity Emmaus has secured the future of its Preston operation for three years following the signing of a new lease.
A LANCASHIRE employment lawyer has welcomed the news that the Government is planning to scrap the default retirement age, meaning staff could not be sacked simply for reaching the age of 65.