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Hibberts strengthens its team with two new high profile appointments

Hibberts Solicitors has consolidated its offering with the appointment of two new conveyancers. Tara Crisp has been brought in to the Nantwich office and Jason Thomas is the newest member at the Whitchurch office. With a combined experience of 34 years, they will utilise their skills and knowledge to build customer relationships and establish new…

Hibberts recommended as a top-tier law firm

Cheshire solicitors Hibberts are celebrating having been recommended as a top-tier law firm in the prestigious Legal 500. The Legal 500 is published annually and is the definitive guide to the top 500 law firms in the UK. It uses large numbers of client interviews to produce an independent assessment of the very best UK…

Hibberts Solicitors help support hospice Will Week

Hibberts Solicitors are supporting St Luke’s Hospice Wills Week by waiving their will writing fee during that week in return for a donation to the Cheshire charity. Will Week runs from Monday 9th to Friday 13th October and this is the second year St Luke’s have run the fundraising campaign alongside national Hospice Care Week, which aims…

The Taylor Review

What The Taylor Review Means For Employment Rights The Taylor Review published by the government in July 2017 will have a far-reaching impact on modern employment practices and, if implemented, is likely to reform complex employment rights in the UK. Hibberts Solicitors employment law specialist Camille Renaudon highlights some of the key points. “The 116-page…

Rights of Access and Your Land

Tips For Managing Public Rights of Access If you are a landowner how should you monitor trespassers on your land and what responsibilities do you have when it comes to public rights of access? Here we offer some tips to safely and legally manage walkers over your farmland and open spaces. Trespass When a person…

Hibberts Gets Dirty for Charity

Hibberts Take Part In Tough Mudder Charity Challenge A team of 15 fundraisers from Hibberts Solicitors donned their trainers to take part in the challenging Tough Mudder charity event at Cholmondeley Castle on Saturday 9th September. The group splashed through trenches and climbed over walls in a bid to raise money for Crewe based charity,…

Commercial and Agricultural Solicitor Vacancy

Commercial and Agricultural Solicitor Vacancy. As Hibberts continues to grow it is recruiting across all services and an exciting new position has become available for a Commercial and Agricultural Solicitor, in our Agriculture, Farms and Landed Estates Department. We are looking to recruit a commercial and agricultural solicitor to expand and develop the department across…

Abolition of Employment Tribunal fees

The Impact of the Abolition of Employment Tribunal Fees On 27th July 2017 the Supreme Court decision in the case of R (on the application of UNISON) v Lord Chancellor abolished fees in the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal, having declared them unlawful from the outset. Fees in the ET and EAT had been…

New Data Protection Laws

Solicitors warn businesses to prepare now for new data protection laws or face crippling fines Businesses are being urged to take steps to meet new data protection laws or face huge fines from May 2018. Non-compliance is not an option, yet according to Camille Renaudon, a partner and employment law specialist at Hibberts Solicitors, many…

Hibberts secures conveyancing quality mark

Hibberts secures Law Society’s conveyancing quality mark Cheshire solicitors Hibberts has once again achieved the Law Society’s mark of excellence for residential conveyancing. This is the sixth year the firm has secured membership of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme following a rigorous assessment by the Law Society which confirms the firm adheres to the highest standards…