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  • SJP Law help promote Hull on a global stage via the Eurojuris legal network

    SJP Law will be heading out to Dubai in October to fly the flag for Hull once more at the Eurojuris International Congress. Mark Daubney will be joining Simon Gittings, Director at SJP Law, for the 3 day conference, which includes a visit to the Gulf Information Technology Exhibition to understand more about how the latest technological innovations can provide opportunities for businesses.
  • Holiday park update - Wardens on call or standby time

    Many parks have wardens who provide security and look after the users of the park when the day time park staff are not at work. Often this will be at night. Wardens can spend a great deal of their time ‘on call’ or on ‘standby’.
  • Succession planning for family business owners

    We are hosting a series of seminars for current and former family business owners, exploring how to approach a succession plan and the ways in which we can help you implement that plan.
  • Successful medical claim for a ‘subtotal +/- total thyroidectomy’

    Our client sought damages in respect of the consequences of surgery for a ‘subtotal +/- total thyroidectomy’ with was performed at the beginning of 2012.
  • SJP Law to attend Jurismus International Meeting Malaga

    Mark Daubney, Solicitor at SJP Law, will be attending the Jurismus International Meeting - a flagship networking and learning event for European lawyers - from 14th - 17th June in Malaga, Spain.
  • Join us at Hull University to help improve Mental Health in East Yorkshire

    Are you a mental health practitioner based in Hull or the East Riding of Yorkshire? SJP Law are hosting an event at Hull University to help improve Mental Health and create networking opportunities across the region.
  • SJP Law attended Eurojuris International Practice Group Days in Stockholm

    Simon Gittings from Hull-based commercial solicitors, SJP Law, attended the Eurojuris Practice Group Days in Stockholm from 10th - 13th May 2018, with over 70 lawyers travelling from all over the world.
  • Charity Update

    Fed up of hearing about GDPR? Just one more thing (it might be helpful)...

    18% of non-domestic properties, and one in ten domestic properties, are in the very lowest EPC bands (‘F’ or ‘G’). It is illegal for a landlord to grant a new lease with an EPC rating of ‘F’ or ‘G’ unless an exemption applies.
  • HMRC updates their guidance for IHT400s and the Inheritance Tax process

    HM Revenue & Customs (‘HMRC’) have produced a Special Edition of their Trusts and Estates Newsletter for April 2018. HMRC’s key message to Personal Representatives is to be thorough when preparing the IHT400 and to only correspond with HMRC when full and detailed information has been obtained.
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