We regularly issue news about developments at Thomson Snell & Passmore. From team news to our active involvement in the community, we always aim to share what is happening in the firm. This clarity is in our advice too.
As in previous years, we have decided to put the funds that would otherwise have been spent on Christmas cards to a more long-term use.
Thomson Snell & Passmore has recently advised Gravesham Borough Council on the development of the first new Council houses in Gravesend for over twenty years.
Thomson Snell & Passmore has appointed K-Cloud and Pilgrim Systems to provide new and innovative business critical IT applications across the firm. K-Cloud provides IT solutions to professional services firms and will provide Thomson Snell & Passmore’s entire IT infrastructure.
Thomson Snell & Passmore advised the Board of Governors of The Hayesbrook School in Tonbridge, Kent in connection with the conversion of the School to an Academy under the Academies Act 2010. The conversion took place with effect from 1 December 2010.
Martin Terrell and Nick Hobden celebrate the launch of the fourth edition of the Law Society’s Elderly Client Handbook, which Martin edited (in conjunction with Chief Executive and co-founder of Solicitors for the Elderly Caroline Bielanska) and Nick contributed to.
Joint head of the clinical negligence department, Patricia Fearnley acted for the parents of Hebe Carr whose inquest was held by North West Kent Coroner Mr Roger Hatch at Gravesend on 11,12 October and 2,12 November 2010. At the inquest Mr and Mrs Carr were represented by Lucy MacKinnon of Hailsham Chambers, instructed by Thomson Snell & Passmore.
Fiona Mills appeared on BBC Radio Scotland this morning for a 45 minute live phone in on the Kaye Adams show. Fiona fielded calls from across Scotland to explain the crucial role that lawyers play in filtering out spurious claims for compensation in both personal injury and medical negligence litigation in the UK.
Thomson Snell & Passmore today announces their commitment to participate in this year’s Will Aid campaign, which involves drawing up wills in return for charitable donations.
Six lawyers from Thomson Snell & Passmore completed the three peaks challenge on August 19 2010 to raise funds and support three very noteworthy local charities – The Pickering Cancer Drop in Centre, Hospice in the Weald and EllenorLions Hospices.
Thomson Snell & Passmore has advised Industrial and Provident Society, English Hops Limited (formerly English Hops and Herbs Limited) on its change of name, Rules and members' marketing contracts.
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