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JMW Solicitors regularly shares company news and the latest decisions on successful cases. Take a look at all our current and previous press releases below, or if you're looking for a certain news item, you can search by department.
Court refuses appeal between Rothschild and De Souza
September 18th, 2020
Decision has today been handed down by the Court of Appeal in the Appeal of “Rothschild and De Souza”, a case concerning the division of assets on divorce. The JMW family team has represented Ms De Souza in the long-running case.
Social Media Blamed As Defamation Cases Almost Treble In Three Years
August 27th, 2020
Social media disputes have contributed to a dramatic increase in the amount of defamation cases brought before the courts.
The parents of Eleanor Baines, a twin baby who tragically died after appalling failures at Wythenshawe Hospital, have bravely shared their story to try and improve patient safety for other families. The hospital trust has formally apologised to Nicky and Colin Baines after a case was brought on their behalf by Jodie Miller, a specialist clinical negligence solicitor at JMW.
A woman is set to sue one of England's largest local authorities after it wrote asking her to register her son for primary school three years after his death.
JMW announces a successful financial year and 39 promotions
June 8th, 2020
Manchester & London based JMW Solicitors LLP has again announced excellent growth with its’ 2019/20 financial results despite the effects of the lockdown in March and April. The firm now has 550 Partners and employees.
British Charities Hit By Hundreds of Data Breaches
June 3rd, 2020
British charities are failing to comply with laws designed to protect staff, supporters and resources from data security breaches.
JMW acts for Prenetics to provide coronavirus testing for Premier League players and staff as it gears up for a June resumption of fixtures
May 19th, 2020
The Premier League announced yesterday that its shareholders (the clubs) had given the green light to resuming group training with a view to playing out of the remainder of the Premier League season.