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.
One of the dangers of being in practice for more than a decade or two is that things that once seemed commonplace are now forgotten and things that seemed novel or unusual are now quite familiar.
Thursday 20 March saw the launch of the SEE Art fair, a first of its kind art event bringing top quality artists to Tunbridge Wells to benefit both the community as well as business.
Registration to take part in the 2014 Swale Business Awards is now open ready for entries to be submitted next month.
Leading South East law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore has advised global public relations agency SE10 LLP on its relocation to a new London HQ at Angel Corner House in Islington.
A much-lauded surgical procedure has been dramatically halted at Maidstone Hospital following the avoidable deaths of five patients.
Businesses looking to "scale up" by selling into new, overseas markets may face a number of challenges, not least, deciding how to go about it.
Featured in this weekends Financial Times, Harriet Serpis explores 'can retailers demand return of goods?'
Leading South East law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore is delighted to announce that, following a rigorous selection process, the firm has joined Geneva Group International (GGI), the world’s leading alliance of independent law, accounting and consulting firms.
Solicitor Rachel Taylor at Thomson Snell & Passmore writes about preparing for your big day.
Congestion on the Dartford Crossing is costing the Kent economy millions. Tim Allen of Peter Brett Associates, discusses the issue with Chris Whittington, Thomson Snell & Passmore’s Head of Construction and Engineering.
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