Arlingsworth Solicitors announces appointment of newly promoted senior associate.

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We are delighted to announce the promotion of one of our lawyers, Christopher Hussey, to the position of Senior Associate. Christopher trained as a solicitor at Arlingsworth after graduating from the University of Warwick and completing his professional legal qualifications at the University of Law, Guildford. Christopher has developed a reputation for delivering success and he has earned considerable praise, having been described by leading counsel as “highly capable” and a “conscientious solicitor who clients…

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Arlingsworth Solicitors Maintains Top Law Society Quality Award, Lexcel

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Arlingsworth Solicitors Maintains Top Law Society Quality Award, Lexcel We are delighted to announce that Arlingsworth Solicitors have recently secured the national Law Society’s management and practice quality mark, Lexcel, for the third year running. Lexcel is developed specifically for the legal profession. It is an optional, recognised accreditation scheme awarded to firms who demonstrate the highest client care and business management standards. To obtain Lexcel accreditation the firm had to undergo an extensive and…

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Welcome to our new website!

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As you can see, we’ve made some drastic changes to our new website. Over the past few months, we’ve been improving Arlingsworth.com behind the scenes – improving the design, the functionality, and the quality of the information we provide. Read on to find out how this site can help you. Here’s more about what we changed: Firstly, we’ve add accessibility functions – for visitors who need to increase text sizing or the colours on the…

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Arlingsworth Wins Important Commercial Law Case

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In this article, Arlingsworth are pleased to share the news of a recent success on a Commercial Law case that involved a multi-million pound organisation having their assets frozen. Read the details below to find out how we won: Last week, Arlingsworth Solicitors were involved in a high net-worth case which involved the freezing of a company’s assets up to the value of £3.5m. The assets were subject to a Freezing Order that had been…

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Online Courts – Digital Courts for a Digital Age

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Electric cars. Smart thermostats. Voice controlled homes. It seems that technology is making every aspect of our lives easier. Now it looks that technology could come to the rescue in the area of legal advice too, with online courts. What are online courts? The official new proposals by Lord Justice Briggs outline concepts for an online, lawyer-free court that could handle claims of up to £25,000. Here is what Lord Justice Briggs as said about…

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Arlingsworth’s Victory Against Starbucks

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  Arlingsworth’s Victory Against Starbucks Arlingsworth Solicitors are proud to announce that we have won against the corporate giant coffeehouse-chain Starbucks in a personal injury case. The Claimant, an employee at the coffeehouse’s head office, was carrying out her duties when a precariously placed chair fell and crushed her foot. Severely affected for 2 months with limited mobility, sleeping problems, and physical and emotional suffering, the Claimant rightly sought compensation from her employer. Astonishingly, the…

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Home Office blunder means that Jackie Young faces deportation back to South Africa

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Home Office blunder means that Jackie Young faces deportation back to South Africa On 13th February 2012 an application was made on behalf of JY outside of the rules on the grounds on the basis of her Article 8ECHR rights (established family and private life) in the UK. The application was made prior to the change in immigration rules which took effect on 9th July 2012. However, the Home Office wrongfully considered her application under…

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