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March 5, 2019 in News

The elusive quest for High Street survival

Structural economic change can be painful. The demise of Britain’s industrial base in the 1980s saw the domestic coal industry unable to compete with cheaper international rivals because it was…

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February 26, 2019 in News

Excello acts for Hong Kong toy manufacturer in successful trademark claim against UK clothing brand Trespass

Hong Kong-based toy manufacturer Luen Fat Metal and Plastic Manufactory Co. has successfully brought a claim against the owners of the well-known Trespass outdoor clothing brand, Jacobs & Turner Ltd,…

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February 18, 2019 in News

Dispute resolution specialist Howard Pinkerfield joins Excello Law

Renowned contracts and dispute resolution lawyer Howard Pinkerfield has joined national firm Excello Law.  Howard’s legal career spans more than 40 years, during which time he has handled a wide…

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February 13, 2019 in News

After Carillion – where now for corporate accountability?

Carillion’s 2016 annual accounts carried the now-ironic tagline: “Making tomorrow a better place”.  By mid-2017, the company was issuing profit warnings. By January 2018 it collapsed completely, leaving debts of…

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February 12, 2019 in News

South West property development lawyer Becky Smyth joins Excello Law

Property development lawyer Becky Smyth has joined national, new-model firm Excello Law.  Based in Exeter, Becky has significant experience across the housing and agriculture…

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February 5, 2019 in News

Marketing award win for Excello Law at Modern Law Awards 2019

Excello Law has won the Marketing & Communications Strategy of the Year award at the Modern Law Awards 2019 for the firm’s ‘Passion for Law’ marketing & PR campaign and recruitment website…

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January 17, 2019 in News

Excello employment lawyer to speak at Florida Women’s Forum

Excello employment lawyer Nelu Abeygunasekera will be one of the panel speakers at the RSM Influential Women’s Forum in Fort Lauderdale in Florida on 24 January.  Although based in London,…

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January 17, 2019 in News

Law Firm of the Year finalist at LexisNexis 2019 awards

Excello Law has been announced as a finalist in both the Law Firm of the Year and the Legal PR/ Media Communications categories at the LexisNexis Legal Awards 2019.  The LexisNexis…

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January 7, 2019 in News

Equal pay test claim in the retail sector could affect many businesses

The challenge Morrisons is facing over equal pay at the employment tribunal comes mostly from women who argue their pay is unfair because it is less than their male counterparts…

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January 7, 2019 in News

Harrassment & bullying – employers are letting themselves down

In a dramatic wake-up call for the legal profession to examine its culture and working practices, the preliminary findings of a recent International Bar Association (IBA) survey, revealed in October…

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December 18, 2018 in News

Double shortlist for Excello in Modern Law Awards 2019

Excello Law has been shortlisted twice in the Modern Law Awards 2019 – for both Law Firm of the Year and Marketing & Communications Strategy of the Year. The ‘Law…

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December 4, 2018 in News

Excello welcomes London-based business and corporate specialist Robert Lyons

Business and corporate specialist Robert Lyons has joined national, new-model firm Excello Law from the corporate department at Taylor Vintners in London where he was a partner. Robert is an…

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Most lawyers are used to traditional work practices: long commutes to the office, late nights, high billable hours targets, lack of control and office politics, just to name a few. However, it doesn’t have to be this way

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We were one of the first law firms to embrace agile working. Excello lawyers choose where they work; from our office network, at home or remotely. They also choose when they work and pick working hours that best suit them.

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