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Katy Rider completes ACTAPS course

30/01/2023

Katy Rider has successfully completed the two-year education course for ACTAPS - well done to her. Read more here.

Disputes and Resolution

Guilty: ‘Prolonged abuse tantamount to torture’

16/05/2022

Director Paul Ridehalgh once again prosecuted on behalf of the RSCPA in court, during a distressing case about the prolonged and intentional abuse of pet cats. Read more what happened in court here.

Disputes and Resolution

Farmer banned from keeping horses for life

28/04/2022

Paul Ridehalgh and Karl Wilson acting on behalf of the RSPCA, tell more about their latest prosecution of a farmer who let her horses suffer so badly that they had to be put to sleep.

Disputes and Resolution

Trainee seat rotation

11/04/2022

Zoe Ratcliffe is about to take on a new challenge with Marsden Rawsthorn... it's time for a trainee seat rotation. Here she is to tell you more about her legal experience so far.

Why petnups have become a key consideration as a result of COVID-19

13/04/2021

The breakdown of any relationship is an upsetting time for all concerned, especially when family pets are involved. Pets are often seen as an important and integral part of the family.

COVID-19

COVID-19 Weddings – Advice for couples and venues/suppliers in the Event of a wedding cancellation or postponement due to the pandemic

22/03/2021

It’s such a difficult time for any couple planning a wedding, whether that’s because they postponed their 2020 wedding or if their wedding was already planned for 2021 and now everything remains uncertain.  Most couples, even pre-covid, spend around two years planning.

COVID-19

Conveyancing expert Fiona is training the next generation after surviving open-heart surgery

17/03/2021

In the current COVID-19 pandemic, a major concern for parties to a contract is whether their contractual obligations can be performed and if not, what the consequence of that is. Many commercial contracts will probably contain a force majeure clause but if they don’t, then the well established doctrine of frustration could instead apply.

Meet The Team

Contracts and Coronavirus (COVID-19)

17/03/2021

In the current COVID-19 pandemic, a major concern for parties to a contract is whether their contractual obligations can be performed and if not, what the consequence of that is. Many commercial contracts will probably contain a force majeure clause but if they don’t, then the well established doctrine of frustration could instead apply.

COVID-19

Luxury hamper donation supports life-saving work of Baby Beat charity

09/03/2021

Marsden Rawsthorn has donated a luxury hamper to raise funds to support new mums and mums-to-be in Lancashire and South Cumbria.

Charity

Colleagues step out to support mental wellbeing charity

01/03/2021

Marsden Rawsthorn pledges 10,000 steps every day in month-long charity challenge.

Charity

Well done Commercial Team you smashed it as always!

23/08/2020

Well done Commercial Team you smashed it as always!

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