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Russell Jones & Walker is launching the UK’s first occupational disease unit. Simon Allen, managing partner of Russell Jones’ Sheffield office, says that technology and a changing work environment will make it necessary for personal injury firms to reorganise in this way. But rivals are branding it a publicity stunt to try to drum up […]

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Hempsons suit sparks Leigh family squabble

Well-known legal siblings Sarah and Bertie Leigh are squabbling over a law-suit against clinical negligence firm Hempsons. Bolt Burdon’s Louise Kerr is acting for claimant Dennis Walden, who waited six years in vain for his day in court after being injured at work in 1990. Kerr says angry correspondence between Sarah Leigh, Leigh Day & […]

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Kate Jones was born in Hitchin in 1970. She is a solicitor with Charles Lucas & Marshall. What subject(s) did you fail at school? None. What was your first job? Working in a garden centre at weekends. What was your first ever salary as a lawyer? u11,000 a year. What would you have done if […]

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