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Osbornes Law appoints new Head of Business Development to build on firm’s success

News article published on: 13th August 2019

Denise Kitchener has joined Osbornes Law in London to work alongside their Managing Partner and Heads of Department to build on the firm’s recent successes and promote their growing portfolio of legal services. Denise has worked in senior management positions for law firms, including Hodge Jones & Allen LLP, prior to which she headed up […]

Managing Finances When Divorcing

News article published on: 13th August 2019

Divorce Day Believe it or not, January is considered divorce season among solicitors and lawyers. There is even a phenomenon known as ‘Divorce Day’, which lies on the first working day after New Year’s Day. There are several reason for this – for example couples may wish to give their families a good Christmas before […]

Osbornes win 5 day trial in property dispute at the County Court at Central London

News article published on: 13th August 2019

In 1985 clients of Osbornes, Mr and Mrs Ali-Khan, purchased a house. For various reasons they were not able to obtain a big enough mortgage to purchase the property they wanted just on their salaries. They decided to approach Mrs Ali-Khan’s sister to be a party to the mortgage. She agreed and this enabled them […]

Osbornes bring High Court challenge to secure suitable accommodation

News article published on: 13th August 2019

Edward Taylor has challenged Westminster City Council at the High Court after the local authority failed to meet its absolute duty to provide Ms X with suitable accommodation. As a consequence, Ms X has now been provided with suitable permanent accommodation, under a secure tenancy (one year introductory period), within the Westminster borough. By way […]

CQC finds long delays at Royal Cornwall Hospitals placing patients at risk

News article published on: 13th August 2019

A report from inspectors at the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has revealed that patients who have had to wait too long for treatment at hospitals managed by Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust have suffered harm. In two cases, patients had died of cardiac related causes after experiencing delays on the waiting list for treatment. The […]

Osbornes settles finger amputation claim for record £1 million damages

News article published on: 13th August 2019

Osbornes acts for a factory worker who suffered partial finger amputations on his dominant hand when it got caught in a machine.  Last month he achieved a settlement of his personal injury compensation claim for £1 million. The claimant had never previously operated any similar machinery, nor had he been trained for the task by […]

Mills V Mills – Permission Granted for Applicant’s Appeal to The Supreme Court

News article published on: 13th August 2019

Mr Mills has been granted permission to appeal the decision of the Court of Appeal to increase his ex-wife’s spousal maintenance payments, fifteen years after they were divorced. The Supreme Court has granted the appeal on a narrow issue of whether Ms Mills housing costs had already been included in her capital settlement from 15 […]

Naomi Angell appointed to the Law Society Children’s Law Sub-Committee

News article published on: 13th August 2019

Naomi Angell, children’s lawyer and head of Adoption, Surrogacy and Fertility Law at Osbornes has been appointed to the Children’s Law Sub-Committee of the Law Society of England and Wales. The Children’s Law Sub-Committee deals with policy and practice issues and aims to improve the law and practice of children’s law. Naomi is recognised as […]

Free Event: Brexit Needn’t Mean Exit!

News article published on: 13th August 2019

Brexit has resulted in considerable confusion and concern for many EU citizens, whose status in the UK had been thrown into doubt following the referendum. Osbornes are holding a talk that will aim to provide clarity on the current legal position for EU nationals living in the UK, as well as consider what the proposals […]

Has The Government Buried NHS England’s 18-Week Treatment Target?

News article published on: 13th August 2019

In 2004, the Government introduced an 18-week NHS target , so that no patient in England should have to wait longer than 18 weeks from their GP referral to receiving consultant-led treatment. This target is now a legal right applied to both physical and mental health non-urgent conditions:  the clock starts ticking towards the 18 […]

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