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As a firm we commit to conducting our business ethically, to encouraging community development and to actively contributing to society. Scroll down to see the activities we have taken part in.

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Corporate Social Responsibility.

Our CSR policy

We seek to:

  • operate from day-to-day in an environmentally and socially responsible way;

  • use resources more efficiently and reduce pollution and waste;

  • employ energy efficient measures such as switching off lights and equipment when not required;

  • reduce the amount of paper wasted and encourage all employees to recycle/compost where appropriate;

  • support and strengthen local communities by participating in school mentoring schemes;

  • be involved in community-based development and working with the local community;

  • give monetary donations and aid to local organisations; and 

  • participate in fundraising activities and community volunteering.

We support local charities

Martin House Children’s Hospice
Cares for young people with life limiting illnesses and provides support to their families

Heart Research UK
Funds ground-breaking medical research into the prevention, treatment and cure of heart disease.

Candlelighters

Helps and supports children who have been diagnosed with cancer and their families

Macmillan
Gives support and advice to people going through or affected by cancer

Barnardos
Believes in children regardless of their circumstances, gender, race, disability or behaviour. 

 


Find out more

Please click here to read our annual CSR Report,  meet the CSR Team and see photographs of all of the events that we have supported this year.

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The right to be forgotten and the removal of information that may disproportionately impact the lives of individuals

Friday April 20 2018

Last week, an individual won his legal action against Google in connection with what is known as the “right to be forgotten” in a UK High Court case. The right to be forgotten (also referred to as the right to … Continue reading

Sands of Time : Discretion and limitation

Wednesday April 18 2018

The periods set out in the Limitation Act 1980 are relatively generous. Most civil matters must be brought within 6 years of the event that triggered the claim and there are a variety of special circumstances that may allow particular … Continue reading

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