Wake Smith helps dreams become reality for sick children

Wake Smith Solicitors 24 July 2019
Wake Smith helps dreams become reality for sick children

Wake Smith will spend the next 12 months raising money for Sheffield children’s charity Create a Dream Foundation. The charity, which was set up in 2017, helps make the dreams of serious or terminally ill children…


Wake Smith shortlisted twice in Yorkshire Lawyer Awards

Wake Smith Solicitors 22 July 2019
Wake Smith shortlisted twice in Yorkshire Lawyer Awards

Sheffield’s Wake Smith Solicitors has been shortlisted twice in the Yorkshire Legal Awards 2019. The firm, which has serviced the legal requirements of individuals and companies across the Sheffield City Region…


CVAs and the retail industry– a landlords’ perspective

Wake Smith Solicitors 09 July 2019
CVAs and the retail industry– a landlords’ perspective

Wake Smith directors Elizabeth Shaw and Paul Gibbon look at the impact for landlords on the increasing move towards mass scale retailers and Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs). If you are a commercial property…


Are temperatures and tempers rising?

Wake Smith Solicitors 08 July 2019
Are temperatures and tempers rising?

Continental Europe has been basking in a heatwave and after a very wet spring, summer may just have arrived in the UK. It is probable that you have already pre-booked your summer holidays abroad or you may be planning…


Bereavement Damages changes – do they go far enough?

Wake Smith Solicitors 05 July 2019
Bereavement Damages changes – do they go far enough?

Claimant lawyers have long argued that the rules regarding bereavement damages are in desperate need of revision. Bereavement damages are due to change but do the reforms go far enough? Scott Haslam, Associate…


Mandatory Electrical Safety Checks in the Private Rented Sector

Wake Smith Solicitors 01 July 2019
Mandatory Electrical Safety Checks in the Private Rented Sector

In response to a written parliamentary question, the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government confirmed on the 10th June 2019 that it was working to bring into force regulations on mandatory electrical…

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