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Legal executives win royal approval

More than 50 years since legal executives became officially regulated the role is still little understood. With the profession now recognised by a royal charter here are a few facts: –          The roots of the role go back to the management clerks of the 19th century. –          While the title legal executive sounds akin to… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Raise awareness on Rare Disease Day

Today is Rare Disease Day, devised to raise awareness of unusual medical conditions at national and international level, and I would like to use this opportunity to make people aware of a condition that has had an enormous effect on my family. On 3 November 2010, life changed dramatically for us, when our teenage daughter… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Solicitors go back to School

One of the great things about being a Trainee Solicitor at Mayo Wynne Baxter is that they encourage you to use your initiative and take the lead on projects. Nothing has shown this better than our involvement in Local Lawyers in Schools. Local Lawyers in Schools is a fantastic scheme run by the Citizen Foundation, a… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Why LinkedIn is a Lawyer’s new Local

Reading an excellent blog post by Matt Silverman on Mashable about social media and the legal profession got me musing about how lawyers, Mayo Wynne Baxter included, are actually pretty clued up when it comes to digital marketing. Don’t forget, less than a decade ago law firms were prohibited from doing any kind of marketing… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Is ‘World Cup Fever’ Bad News for Employers?

With the World Cup kicking off this Friday (11th), patriotic employers across the country will be experiencing mixed feelings. Firstly, there will be the irrepressible anticipating and hope that England will go the distance and be victors after a 44 year World Cup drought. However, the other feeling will be that of concern as to… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Employment Law Seminar: making sense of new equality laws

Mayo Wynne Baxter’s Employment Team have announced they’re joining forces to help employers understand a raft of new legislation. In the wake of the Equality Act and extra rules on long-term sickness, Mayo Wynne Baxter and Martin Searle Solicitors will lead an Employment Law Update on 17th June. This informal event is part of a… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Thank you to those who attended our ‘How to exploit the power of social networking’ seminar

Firstly, we’d like to thank everyone who attended last night’s event, particularly Lighthouse for their fantastic hospitality, and of course our speakers Edward Coxall, Dean Orgill, Cristina Lawrence and Leapfrogg’s Ben Potter for their invaluable insight on social media in the workplace. Secondly, how many of you today viewed and used your various social networking… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Want to know how to exploit the power of social networking?

If you and your business has in anyway adopted social media, and by that we mean either a solitary tweet on Twitter every now and then, or persistent dabbling on LinkedIn and Facebook, but without genuine conviction, then our ‘How to exploit the power of social networking’ seminar this month will certainly enlighten you. Mayo… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Solicitors offer free medical negligence advice

Leading South East solicitors, Mayo Wynne Baxter, are holding a free clinic for people wanting advice on medical negligence claims. The clinic is being held on Wednesday 28th April between 9.30am and 5pm at Mayo Wynne Baxter’s Brighton office, Century House, 15-19 Dyke Road, BN1 3FE. The clinical negligence team at Mayo Wynne Baxter has… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)

Leisure Industries Team launch at Eastbourne’s Towner

It seems like the winter has gone on forever, so the current spell of sunshine is a welcome boost, particularly for leisure-based businesses which need good weather to encourage customers. When it’s cold and miserable people tend to stay indoors; however the minute the sun shows its incandescent face, suddenly we’re all out doing things,… Read the rest of this post (No Comments)