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Taunton Farmers Market wins award sponsored by Pardoes Solicitors
Taunton Farmers Market wins award sponsored by Pardoes Solicitors

A PARDOES-sponsored Best Farmers Market of the Year award has been won by Taunton Farmers Market. The award was held as part of the Somerset Life Food Awards at the Venue at Junction...

Requirement for private landlords to check immigration status of new tenants
Requirement for private landlords to check immigration status of new tenants

Blog posted by Sarah Doble, Landlord & Tenant Expert, Pardoes Property Litigation solicitors A consultation has been published by the Home Office regarding proposals to require private...

Talking the talk - The plague of business jargon
Talking the talk - The plague of business jargon

Blog posted by Richard Flack, Partner, Private Client team. This is the first of a series of blogs to be produced by the Private Client team here at Pardoes, so welcome! It’s a way of...

Settlement Discussions - Brave New World?
Settlement Discussions - Brave New World?

The new legislative approach on settlement agreements and the supporting Acas Code of Practice and Guide came into effect on 29 July 2013. This article reviews the new settlement landscape and...

David Cameron announces new pilot scheme extending GP surgery hours
David Cameron announces new pilot scheme extending GP surgery hours

Blog posted by Jennifer Harris, Paralegal, Pardoes' Medical Negligence Team  David Cameron has today announced plans to extend GP surgery hours by piloting a scheme in 9 areas of the...

Employment Law Update - September 2013
Employment Law Update - September 2013

In a recent case, Neal v Freightliner Ltd ET/1315342/12, the Employment Tribunal ruled that employers should calculate holiday pay based on actual remuneration for contractually required tasks. The...

Trusts for vulnerable or disabled people
Trusts for vulnerable or disabled people

Trusts are often used to make provision for a vulnerable person or for a person who is or may become incapable of managing their own financial affairs. This may be due to mental or physical...

Cap Reform: Farmers kept waiting for vital details. Pardoes Agricultural Solicitors
Cap Reform: Farmers kept waiting for vital details. Pardoes Agricultural Solicitors

Although the political settlement based upon the European Commission's proposals has answered some questions, much remains to be settled before those who advise farmers can be clear about the...

Sue Adams provides an exciting insight into Pardoes new office opening in Poundbury
Sue Adams provides an exciting insight into Pardoes new office opening in Poundbury...

Meet Sue Adams, Private Client Solicitor and Chartered Tax Adviser at Pardoes. Sue, who will be heading up Pardoes new office in Poundbury, was the main focus of Dorchester Chamber of...

Devon and Plymouth NHS admit failings over haemorrhage death
Devon and Plymouth NHS admit failings over haemorrhage death

Posted by Justin Goodman, Partner and Head of Medical Negligence I was disappointed to read of yet more regret at opportunities missed, statements of understanding at a families devastation and...