Latest news - Stephensons

Lockdown could lead to increase in drink driving

Be wary of home drinking, warns leading motoring offence solicitor as he predicts a rise in drink driving during second coronavirus lockdown. Paul Loughlin warns the closure of pubs and bars will result in more people drinking at home and lead to...

Stephensons named a finalist in the Personal Injury Awards 2020

The national law firm, Stephensons, has been named a finalist in the ‘Outstanding Case of the Year’ category at the Personal Injury Awards 2020 . Now in its 13th year, the Personal Injury Awards highlight and celebrate the excellence of...

Disability and discrimination in the workplace - webinar hosted by the Limbless Association

Discrimination law specialist Maria Chadwick will be providing an overview and discussing several case studies relating to disability discrimination after which there will be a Q&A and experience sharing session hosted by...

Covid restrictions cause friction for UK couples as pandemic pressures take their toll on the nation's romantic relationships

More than half (51%) of UK adults who are married or in a romantic relationship said the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown have had a negative impact on their relationship This increases to more than half (52%) of females and almost two thirds ...

Active Case Management make a donation to The Brick following a helping hand from Stephensons

The case management firm and intermediary for people living with catastrophic brain injuries , Active Case Management, has made a donation to the Wigan-based charity, The Brick , following a helping hand from the national law firm, Stephensons. ...

Stephensons welcomes six newly qualified solicitors

The national law firm, Stephensons has announced the appointment of six newly qualified solicitors following the successful completion of their training contracts. Of the six solicitors to join the firm, five have undertaken Stephensons’...

Stephensons awarded tier one status for a sixth consecutive year

The national law firm, Stephensons, has been awarded tier one status for a sixth year in the latest edition of The Legal 500.  Each year, The Legal 500 undertakes rigorous research into the industry to provide its definitive guide to the legal...

Stephensons secures Lexcel accreditation once again

For the 10th year in a row, Stephensons has secured the national Law Society’s legal practice quality mark, Lexcel.  The prestigious Lexcel practice management accreditation is an optional scheme for law firms and in house legal departments...

The impact of Covid-19 and the changing face of exceptional hardship arguments

As we emerge from the coronavirus lockdown and the courts once again begin to deal with motoring offences, it brings into question the validity of exceptional hardship arguments when being considered in motoring offences . Paul Loughlin , Senior...

Driving penalties for motorists who fail to MOT their vehicles

A leading motoring solicitor has urged motorists not to forget to MOT their vehicles this month as the extension period, introduced in the UK at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, comes to an end or else they will face hefty fines, points on their...
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