News entries in Finance

  • New law: Limited companies must have new statutory PSC register from April

    Limited companies have started making the necessary enquiries of their members to ensure they are ready to enter accurate and complete information in a new, mandatory statutory register of Persons with Significant Control (PSCs) from April.

  • Case law: Supreme Court changes approach to interpreting commercial contracts

    Businesses disputing the meaning of clauses in commercial contracts may find the courts uphold the terms, even if they are commercially disastrous, following a Supreme Court decision.

  • Marsden Rawsthorn launches Marsden Rawsthorn Wealth ManagementMarsden Rawsthorn launches Marsden Rawsthorn Wealth Management

    Leading Lancashire law firm Marsden Rawsthorn has joined forces with Torquil Clark, Independent Financial Advisers, to launch Marsden Rawsthorn Wealth Management, becoming the first solicitors in the region to offer such a service.

    Launched in January 2013, the new joint venture will provide investment, retirement, estate and protection planning for high net-worth individuals, helping them to gain greater control over their personal finances.

  • Launch of Preston Tax ClubLaunch of Preston Tax Club

    Last week saw the launch of the Preston Tax Club hosted by Marsden Rawsthorn in conjunction with DTE Taxation Director Alan McCann, who currently runs a number of successful tax clubs around the North West.

    Twenty six practices attended the tax club which is designed to act as an informal get together for professionals in practice to discuss tax issues, and is held at Marsden Rawsthorns offices in Fulwood every quarter. Each meeting will also feature a guest speaker, the guest speaker for this event was Rob McCann of The VAT People.

  • Recession? - that's the spiritRecession? - that's the spirit

    Unlike many of the fresh young legal faces I come across in the course of representing clients in the area of Employment Law, I’m old (and wise?) enough to remember the last recession. It was a time of cut, thrust and confrontation. Of deadlock, wild cat strikes, picket lines and walk outs. All too often both employers and employees would emerge from the process financially or commercially wounded - sometimes fatally.

  • Feeding FrenzyFeeding Frenzy

    When the banks shut up shop in the wake of the economic meltdown of early 2008, many property speculators left the market. But, according to Commercial Property Lawyer Stephen Hodgson of Marsden Rawsthorn, cash rich investors are now returning in increasing numbers to find rich pickings amongst the post-crunch wreckage.

  • Making a profit in a downward marketMaking a profit in a downward market

    We recently hosted a breakfast roundtable event in conjunction with Lancashire Business View. With the recession biting deep we brought together a number of experts to examine the strategies needed to ensure profitability in the current economic climate.

  • Businesses pay the price in debt recovery surgeBusinesses pay the price in debt recovery surge

    Karl Wilson, Partner and Litigation specialist at Marsden Rawsthorn believes that many businesses are delaying payment to assist with cash flow. However they are unaware of the penalties that can be enforced when a supplier takes action to recover late payments and often end up paying substantially more as a result.

  • Excellent professional service provided by Libby and her team. Faultless.
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  • New law: Limited companies must have new statutory PSC register from April

    Limited companies have started making the necessary enquiries of their members to ensure they are ready to enter accurate and complete information in a new, mandatory statutory register of Persons with Significant Control (PSCs) from April.

  • Case law: Supreme Court changes approach to interpreting commercial contracts

    Businesses disputing the meaning of clauses in commercial contracts may find the courts uphold the terms, even if they are commercially disastrous, following a Supreme Court decision.

  • Marsden Rawsthorn launches Marsden Rawsthorn Wealth ManagementMarsden Rawsthorn launches Marsden Rawsthorn Wealth Management

    Leading Lancashire law firm Marsden Rawsthorn has joined forces with Torquil Clark, Independent Financial Advisers, to launch Marsden Rawsthorn Wealth Management, becoming the first solicitors in the region to offer such a service.

    Launched in January 2013, the new joint venture will provide investment, retirement, estate and protection planning for high net-worth individuals, helping them to gain greater control over their personal finances.

  • Launch of Preston Tax ClubLaunch of Preston Tax Club

    Last week saw the launch of the Preston Tax Club hosted by Marsden Rawsthorn in conjunction with DTE Taxation Director Alan McCann, who currently runs a number of successful tax clubs around the North West.

    Twenty six practices attended the tax club which is designed to act as an informal get together for professionals in practice to discuss tax issues, and is held at Marsden Rawsthorns offices in Fulwood every quarter. Each meeting will also feature a guest speaker, the guest speaker for this event was Rob McCann of The VAT People.

  • Recession? - that's the spiritRecession? - that's the spirit

    Unlike many of the fresh young legal faces I come across in the course of representing clients in the area of Employment Law, I’m old (and wise?) enough to remember the last recession. It was a time of cut, thrust and confrontation. Of deadlock, wild cat strikes, picket lines and walk outs. All too often both employers and employees would emerge from the process financially or commercially wounded - sometimes fatally.

  • Feeding FrenzyFeeding Frenzy

    When the banks shut up shop in the wake of the economic meltdown of early 2008, many property speculators left the market. But, according to Commercial Property Lawyer Stephen Hodgson of Marsden Rawsthorn, cash rich investors are now returning in increasing numbers to find rich pickings amongst the post-crunch wreckage.

  • Making a profit in a downward marketMaking a profit in a downward market

    We recently hosted a breakfast roundtable event in conjunction with Lancashire Business View. With the recession biting deep we brought together a number of experts to examine the strategies needed to ensure profitability in the current economic climate.

  • Businesses pay the price in debt recovery surgeBusinesses pay the price in debt recovery surge

    Karl Wilson, Partner and Litigation specialist at Marsden Rawsthorn believes that many businesses are delaying payment to assist with cash flow. However they are unaware of the penalties that can be enforced when a supplier takes action to recover late payments and often end up paying substantially more as a result.

  • Get To Know Our New Starters

    Marsden Rawsthorn is an ambitious and forward thinking legal firm, who are dedicated to getting the right results for you, for the right fee. Providing exceptional service for you is the driving force for our energetic and experienced trusted team of recommended solicitors.

    Not only are we passionate and enthusiastic but we recognise the importance of clear honest and prompt commitment to ensure success and results. At our easily accessible offices in Buckshaw Village - Chorley and Fulwood - Preston with FREE car parking facilities and a warm welcome we thrive to ensure all our clients are the main focus and are dealt with care and integrity every step of the way.

  • Baby Beat Charity Annual Golf Day Sponsorship

    We are proud to be sponsoring a hole at Baby Beat Charity Annual Golf Day in September. 

  • Buckshaw Business Community Networking Event

    The thriving community of Buckshaw Village is growing day by day.

    Marsden Rawsthorn Solicitors would like to bring local businesses closer together by hosting a regular Networking Event and we want YOU to attend.

  • Alzheimer’s Cake Sale day 2017

    We recently held an Alzheimer’s Cake Sale day at both our Offices in Chorley and Preston, we raised £65 in total for Alzheimer’s Society.

  • Excellent professional service provided by Libby and her team. Faultless.