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Law firm retains IIP status

Law firm retains IIP status

Sheffield based Wake Smith Solicitors has retained the coveted IIP (Investors In People) Standard based on its staff management, quality of workplace and career progression systems. The company was praised on its…

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Brexit Update - 18th December 2019

Wake Smith chairman Nick Lambert looks at the latest Brexit news... The General Election concluded with a widely unexpected landslide for the Conservative Party, resulting in a Parliamentary balance of power, which…

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Sheffield's Wake Smith chairman retires

Wake Smith Solicitors’ chairman Nick Lambert has announced his retirement after nearly four decades in the law. Commercial litigation solicitor Nick Lambert has been with the Sheffield law firm for 12 years since…

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Brexit Update - 11th December 2019

Wake Smith chairman Nick Lambert looks at the latest Brexit news... The last few furlongs of the election campaign are underway, leading to Thursday's crunch date, which will hopefully shine some light on the way…

Common Christmas issues in the workplace

Common Christmas issues in the workplace

The Christmas period can throw up a number of issues for employers. With planned closures, holiday requests, Christmas parties, issues surrounding different religions and Christmas gifts and bonuses to deal with,…

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Brexit Update - 4th December 2019

Wake Smith chairman Nick Lambert looks at the latest Brexit news... Another week of General Electioneering has passed and the pace of change remains undiminished, with scandal, accusations and a terrorist attack…

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Drone regulations 2019 – what you need to know

With Christmas fast-approaching you may be considering the latest hi-tech gifts, and in recent years drones have proved to be a popular choice. However, before shelling out on these expensive items, it is worthwhile…

Wake Smith secures southern development sites

Wake Smith secures southern development sites

Sheffield law firm Wake Smith has provided legal advice for two new housing development schemes with the land purchase prices totalling £4m in the South of England. Residential developer Esendee Holdings Limited…