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The ‘cut-off’ date for registering manorial rights has now passed.
Three lawyers at law firm Sintons have been promoted to associate: Iona Sims, Anna Barton and Scott Cable.
The specialist pharmacy team at Sintons has overseen the £37m management buyout transaction of pharmaceutical wholesaler DE Group.
Sintons has recruited lawyers Caroline Swift, Metab Hussain and Emma Pern to its corporate team.
Legal advice privilege is one of the two forms of legal professional privilege that entitle clients to refuse to disclose certain confidential communication to other parties.
Three new trainee solicitors have been taken on at law firm Sintons as part of its commitment to supporting aspiring legal talent in the region.
Sintons has been recognised by The Legal 500 for its excellence and in-depth expertise across a range of legal disciplines.
Sintons has advised on a £62.5m deal that saw a north-east-based healthcare property developer and investor acquired by a rival.
Volunteers from Sintons have undertaken a number of tasks over the past few months to help support good causes in the north east and to benefit local communities.
Sintons has overseen a group restructure for the Malhotra Group, which involved all of its holdings being consolidated into one formal group that will obtain PLC status.
Now more than ever before, landlords need to ensure they have fully protected their tenants’ deposits.
In the business of dealing with the sale and purchase of dental practices there are hurdles to jump, the most important of which is the effective transfer of the interest in a GDS contract.
A key date in the conveyancing diary is 13 October 2013.
Sintons has been shortlisted in two categories of the Insider North East Dealmaker Awards.
Vince Cable thinks zero-hour contracts are being abused and has announced a review of their use.
The ruling made last month by the UK Intellectual Property Office that Nestlé could not protect the shape of its four-finger Kit Kat bar under trademark was remarkable for a number of reasons.
The UK Intellectual Property Office has ruled that Nestlé can not protect the shape of its four-finger Kit Kat bar under trademark.
Sintons client Philip Horsfield, practice manager at Village Green Surgery, discusses how the recent reforms in the NHS have led to ‘chaos’ in primary care.
Sintons has announced the passing of partner Andrew Walker.
Curar Animal Therapeutics has secured investment of £265,000 to help fuel its growth. This investment was overseen by Sintons and RMT Accountants and Business Advisors.