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Share Purchases and Seller's Further Assurance

A recent case has demonstrated the importance of spelling out clearly in a share purchase agreement any specific post completion cooperation required from a seller, according to a corporate lawyer. “Share purchase agreements usually contain a generally...

Schemes of Arrangement and Shareholder Voting

A recent case has shown that courts will take a dim view of an attempt to defeat a scheme of arrangement by manipulating shareholder votes, according to a corporate lawyer.  “A scheme of arrangement is a court-sanctioned process which can be used...

Two Trainees have Qualified as Solicitors at George Green.

Congratulations! Greg Farley and Lauren Dale have qualified as solicitors at George Green. George Green is pleased to announce that Greg Farley and Lauren Dale have completed their Training Contracts and taken up roles within the firm as assistant...

Leading Midlands's Law Firm has a New Hire

Leading Midlands law firm George Green has a new hire, Paralegal Javenpreet Sidhu. Javenpreet obtained her Law degree from the University of Leicester and then completed her LPC at the University of Law in Birmingham. Javenpreet continues her legal career...

First Class recruit joins George Green

One of the leading law firms in the Midlands has continued its expansion with the appointment of Jenny Watkins as a trainee solicitor. Jenny , a graduate of Birmingham City University where she was awarded a first class honours degree in law, is...

George Green is Pleased to Announce a New Hire

George Green is pleased to announce that Robbyn Pole has joined its highly regarded Private Client team. Robbyn will work out of the Firm’s fast growing Wolverhampton office where she will join recent hires Karen Grimshaw (Residential Conveyancing)...

Can I Stop My Divorce?

George Green’s Family Solicitors have been frequently asked by clients whether they are able to stop their divorce. The answer given will depend upon whether the client is the Petitioner or the Respondent in the divorce. If they are the Petitioner in...

What is a Decree Nisi?

A Decree Nisi is a provisional order granted by the Court in divorce proceedings. It confirms that the Petitioner has satisfied the Court that they are entitled to a Divorce. It does not formally end the marriage and there is still opportunity to withdraw...

What is Unreasonable Behaviour?

Divorce and Separation FAQs The only ground for divorce in England and Wales is the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. To prove this ground, the Petitioner must rely on one of five facts. The fact most commonly relied on is the Respondent’s...

THE GDPR

GAME-CHANGER The GDPR ‘what businesses need to know and do before May 2018’ UK data protection law will change on the 25th May 2018, when the EU General Data Protection Regulation takes effect, replacing the Data Protection...
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