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Clarke Willmott Appoints a Trio of Seniors

National law firm Clarke Willmott LLP has hired three senior appointments as it looks to build on its most successful year ever.    In September Clarke Willmott reported revenues of £59.6 million for 2021/22 - up 12 per cent on the prior year - and recently...

CLARKE WILLMOTT SECURES MORE THAN £250m FOR SILVA HOMES

Lawyers from national law firm Clarke Willmott’s Cardiff office have helped housing association Silva Homes on the security for a £150 million bank refinancing and £100 million private placement.  Silva currently owns and manages a portfolio of over 7,000 homes in south-east England.  The funding strategy...

Clarke Willmott bolsters Manchester corporate team

National law firm Clarke Willmott LLP has expanded its corporate and commercial team in the North West with the appointment of a new partner. Stephen Jarman joins the firm’s Manchester office from Bermans bringing extensive experience to the role having qualified in 1991. He previously worked...

WHAT NOW FOR IR35?

by Katy Ponsford, associate solicitor at Clarke Willmott    You could be forgiven for not knowing exactly what is happening or have lost track with IR35.    IR35 are the off-payroll working rules which apply to contractors who provide their services through their own limited company. As part...

EXECUTING A WILL – DON’T BURY YOUR HEAD IN THE SAND

An executor of a will has recently been jailed in the High Court for failing to comply with his duties as an executor.  Carolyn Watson, private capital solicitor at Clarke Willmott, explores the details of the case, what executors’ duties entail, why they are important...

CLARIFYING SINGLE DIRECTOR COMPANY MODEL ARTICLES

by Raksha Aggarwal, corporate solicitor at Clarke Willmott    Articles of association are the internal rules which set out the basic management and administrative structure of a company.     Model Articles are the standard default set of rules which a company can adopt. Model Articles will not be...