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Our commercial team in Lincoln, Hull, Market Rasen and Grimsby prides itself on its sound business sense, commercial insight, local knowledge and first class understanding of the relevant legal disciplines ranging from employment law, business contracts, dispute resolution to agriculture and property development. From company formation to sale, succession, dissolution or dispute resolution, you can trust our team to deliver first class service and results.
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Lawyers fly high to support Epilepsy Research UK

Added 07th September, 2017

Charity & Sponsorship

The sky was the limit for staff of a leading law firm as they embarked on a series of fund-raising events in support of a colleague who lost her son to epilepsy.

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Staff at a Lincolnshire law firm are undertaking final preparations ahead of skydive challenge

Added 01st September, 2017

Bridge McFarland staff have set themselves a challenging fundraising target of £5,000 for Epilepsy Research UK following a colleague losing her son to epilepsy earlier in the year. Rachel Abba, a Chartered Legal Executive from the Louth branch will be leading the dive in memory of her 22-year-old son, Rob.

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Hull Team Proud to Support their Charity of the Year, Abbie’s Fund

Added 19th September, 2017

Regional Law Firm has raised over £500 for their Charity of The Year, and they don’t plan on stopping there. » Read More

Lawyers fly high to support Epilepsy Research UK

Added 07th September, 2017

The sky was the limit for staff of a leading law firm as they embarked on a series of fund-raising events in support of a colleague who lost her son to epilepsy. » Read More

Staff at a Lincolnshire law firm are undertaking final preparations ahead of skydive challenge

Added 01st September, 2017

Bridge McFarland staff have set themselves a challenging fundraising target of £5,000 for Epilepsy Research UK following a colleague losing her son to epilepsy earlier in the year. Rachel Abba, a Chartered Legal Executive from the Louth branch will be leading the dive in memory of her 22-year-old son, Rob. » Read More

Employment Law Update

Added 22nd August, 2017

The Employment Law and Business Immigration Team at Bridge McFarland Solicitors, in conjunction with the CIPD, will provide a topical legal update bringing delegates up to speed with the most important developments of the last six months and looking ahead to important employment law changes. We focus on the essential ‘need to know’ issues, with clear and practical action points to take away. » Read More

Charity fundraising off to a flying start

Added 17th August, 2017

Regional law firm Bridge McFarland have got off to a great start with their charity fundraising for the year. » Read More

Law firm backs colleague to raise funds for Epilepsy Research UK

Added 19th June, 2017

Staff at a leading law firm are to embark on a summer of fund-raising in support of a colleague who lost her son to epilepsy. » Read More

 

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