Williamsons Solicitors News Stories

Restaurant Director Overturns Nut Allergy Manslaughter Conviction

In what circumstances should company directors be held criminally responsible for the gross negligence of their subordinates? That was the burning issue addressed by the Court of Appeal in a case… Read More

High Court Steps In To Save Battling Allotment Holders from Eviction

Allotments are a much-loved feature of British life and their holders enjoy security of tenure and special protection against eviction. In a case on point, a gardener scored in an important High… Read More

Commercial Transactions – Who Bears the Risk of Fraud?

Commercial transactions which involve transferring large sums of money through the banking system are sadly vulnerable to fraud. In a guideline decision in the context of a substantial commodities… Read More

Legal secretary wanted !

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    This innovative and progressive law firm has a vacancy at its busy Crewkerne office.  Position available is up to 5 days per week. We will consider applications from multiple candidates willing… Read More

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