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Matthew Barrow with Lester Aldridge's newly qualified solicitors.
14
Mar
2019

Lester Aldridge is pleased to announce six trainees have qualified as solicitors and also welcomes three new trainee solicitors.

Apprentices at Lester Aldridge
5
Mar
2019

Apprentices at full service law firm Lester Aldridge are celebrating National Apprenticeship week, which runs from 4th-8th March 2019.

Healthinvestor finalist 2019
5
Mar
2019

We are pleased to announce that Lester Aldridge has been shortlisted as a finalist in the HealthInvestor Awards 2019 for Legal advisors of the year – private.

developers
26
Feb
2019

Developers should be aware of the impact of knowingly breaching restrictive covenants after a strong message sent by the Court of Appeal. A recent decision could result in 13 units of social housing being torn down after they were constructed on land on which building was prohibited.

SDLT Change 2019
31
Jan
2019

Associate of the LA Real Estate conveyancing team, Sarah Brown, discusses the impacts of the forthcoming changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax due on 1 March 2019.

Average-speed-cameras=Bournemouth
28
Jan
2019

February 2019 witnesses another first in the history of travel on Dorset’s roads – the first permanent ‘average speed’ cameras take their bow!

21
Jan
2019

Lester Aldridge is pleased to announce the expansion of its Personal Injury team with the addition of clinical negligence and community care specialist Paula Barnes, Partner, and community care specialist James Pantling-Skeet, Chartered Legal Executive.

Alexys Brown case
18
Jan
2019

Michael Veal is the Head of Lester Aldridge’s regulatory team and acted for the Health & Safety Executive in the Alexys Brown case. He explains the case and outlines the contractor shortfallings that ended in tragedy.

Drink-driving
14
Dec
2018

Whether it results from a mere miscalculation or an acceptance of just one more well-intentioned invitation to unwind with a drink, each year, many upstanding citizens inadvertently fall foul of the UK’s drink driving laws.  

Big-Sleep Charity
21
Nov
2018

A team of sixteen people from Lester Aldridge took part in The Big Sleep Easy on 17 November and raised over £6,500 for the YMCA charity in Bournemouth.