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Senior lawyer to be promoted to partner while four become associates at Osbornes
Published on: 29/06/20 9:15 AM
London law firm Osbornes Law has announced that one of their Senior Catastrophic Injury Solicitors will become a partner in the latest round of promotions. Rob Aylott, who has 26 years’ experience dealing with catastrophic personal injuries and specialises in complex amputation and fatal accident cases, is to be made partner, while a further four […]Read More
Clinical Negligence Claims: The difficulties of being misunderstood when English is not your first language
Published on: 25/06/20 3:19 PM
Stephanie Prior, head of Clinical Negligence writes in the latest edition of AvMA’s Lawyers Service Newsletter on ‘Dealing With Clinical Negligence Claims When English Is Not Your Client’s First Language’. Steph’s article, which can be read on page 47 here, addresses the challenges faced by those for whom English is not their first language and […]Read More
Jan Atkinson, senior partner writes on personal financial matters for the Jewish Chronicle
Published on: 23/06/20 9:23 AM
Our Head of Wills, Probate and Estate Management at Osbornes Law has contributed to a special Finance Supplement on ‘Dealing with your Personal Finances and Affairs’ for the Jewish Chronicle. The Jewish Chronicle is the world’s oldest and most influential London-based, Jewish newspaper. It contains Jewish news, culture, sport and commentary. Jan’s article, which can […]Read More
Naomi Angell, Adoption specialist comments on international surrogacy developments resulting from COVID-19
Published on: 12/06/20 11:16 AM
Writing for the Law Society Gazette, Naomi explores the current challenges and problems around international surrogacy and the differing current laws governing surrogacy arrangements across the world. She highlights that the current laws in England, Wales and Scotland will not address the plight of babies abroad who are waiting for their surrogate parents to collect […]Read More
How to ensure money left in your will goes to the causes you care about
Published on: 10/06/20 4:18 PM
The coronavirus crisis has seen the public rally around the NHS which has benefitted from considerable fundraising efforts and donations in recent months. Research by the Charities Aid Foundation has shown that amongst those wanting to donate to charity in response to the crisis, 40% planned to donate to NHS charities and 34% to local […]Read More
Senior Catastrophic Injury Solicitor Robert Aylott gains further APIL recognition
Published on: 9/06/20 9:26 AM
Rob Aylott, senior solicitor in the Personal Injury team has recently been confirmed as an APIL Accredited Fatal Accidents Specialist (AFAS). Already an APIL Senior Litigator Rob demonstrated to the APIL independent panel that he holds further competencies in the specialist field of conducting cases resulting from a bereavement. Rob has many years’ experience of […]Read More
Partner, Joanne Wescott returns to work with busy family law team
Published on: 1/06/20 8:46 AM
Joanne specialises in high net worth divorce and finances, as well as children matters including disputes over child arrangements. Legal 500 featured Joanne as a rising star and next generation lawyer. Prior to her leave, Joanne represented Maria Mills in the widely reported Supreme Court case. She writes on family law matters and provides commentary […]Read More
Post lockdown conditions have created a perfect time to buy a property
Published on: 27/05/20 1:23 PM
A short-term drop in housing prices caused by Covid-19 and the existing low cost of borrowing have created the ‘perfect time to buy a property’, according to a conveyancing expert. The housing market has reopened after being put on hold from mid-March as part of efforts to limit the spread of coronavirus, leading to a […]Read More
Care proceedings case: London Council named as Judge lifts ruling to prevent identifications
Published on: 26/05/20 2:16 PM
Haringey Council has been named in a case involving parents of a 14 year-old boy with cerebral palsy and his brother who was twelve. Simone McGrath, at Osbornes Law, represented the father in a case that has generated wide press coverage of Haringey’s failures to take appropriate measures regarding safeguarding the two boys whilst their […]Read More
Osbornes Law fundraiser for national brain injury charity #HatsforHeadway
Published on: 20/05/20 2:49 PM
Recently staff from Osbornes Law took part in #HatsforHeadway to support the fantastic work Headway do to help improve lives for those affected by brain injury. Headway is the UK-wide charity that works to improve life after brain injury by providing vital support and information services. The team at Osbornes enjoy taking part each year […]Read More