Q: I have a bicycle repair and hire business in a tourist area which I set up two years ago after being made redundant. It has gone really well and I am now thinking of branching out into building tailor-made bikes. Due to the specialist nature of this I feel I would benefit from having a website that could promote the business far and wide. However, as I will be using photographs that won't necessarily represent the tailor made products that people will be buying, I am wondering whether I should include any special terms and conditions of sale on my website?
Q: On my first day in a new job my employers had no spare goggles for me to wear whilst handling acidic chemicals, or gave me chemical handling training. My manager just told me to be very careful. Unfortunately the chemical sprayed into my face and I got badly burnt. I have permanent scarring on my face and am now blind in one eye. Can my employers sack me if I make a personal injury claim against them?
Deputy or retired High Court judges’ daily fees will rise nearly 5%, from £801 to £839.
M&A activity fell by five percentage points in the first half of 2014, compared with growth rate as a whole last year.
Sir Andrew Burns will replace Lady Deech as chairman of the Bar Standards Board on 1 January.
Anthony Danvers joined our Llangollen office in 2010, where he specialises in Will drafting, Wealth Management, Elderly Client Services and Probate work. He also handles some residential conveyancing work in both our Llangollen and Wrexham offices.
After gaining his first degree in Geography at Edge Hill College, part of the University of Lancaster, Anthony went on to read for the Common Professional Examination in Law at the University of Central Lancashire and later attended the College of Law in York. In 2000 he began work as a Paralegal with Countrywide Property Lawyers before starting a two year training contract to qualify as a Solicitor whilst managing the conveyancing department of a local high street firm.
Originally from Leicestershire where he helped his father on the farm in his spare time and was a keen member of Young Farmers, Anthony’s knowledge of rural and farming communities plays an essential part in the legal work he now does in North Wales.
Both Anthony and his partner are keen gardeners and enjoy travelling, particularly to Spain and to Egypt where Anthony can indulge his passion for Ancient Egyptian history. They also enjoy the Welsh countryside with their border collie, Ruby, and eating in and out with friends as well as the theatre and cinema. To counter his food indulgence Anthony is a member of his local gym, albeit, by his own admission, a somewhat lazy member.