Neves Blogs and News

Keep up to date with our articles and blogs written by our solicitors on the latest developments in law and what's happening at Neves.

Fees for those bringing employment tribunal claims have been ruled unlawful, and the government will now have to repay up to £32m to claimants if the payment of the fee is deemed to have been unlawful. 

The government introduced fees of up to £1,200…

Many people aren’t aware that any existing Will they have will be automatically revoked on marriage, unless it was drafted in a specific way to prevent this from happening.  A lot of people make the incorrect assumption that because they are married,…

The challenges the hot summer months pose for employers.

We are having an exceptionally warm run of weather which, for us in the UK is unusual. Here are a few pointers to help you keep your cool over the coming weeks:

Air conditioning

AC can be a …

On Thursday 22 June 2017 Geraldine Poulain of Neves Family Department spoke about Neves’ sponsorship of the Herts Advertiser School Awards 2017 on Radio Verulam’s “The Parents’ Show” describing Neves’ support for this wonderful event since its incept…

Charlene Shillingford, is a Chartered Legal Executive at Neves Solicitors, and believes that a successful conveyancing transaction requires building a good rapport with clients to help walk them through all of the complexities of searches. Here she e…

On 28 June, we celebrated our 150 year anniversary with an event at Offley Place Country Hotel.  Joining us were clients, associates and long time friends of the firm who have helped us reach this milestone.

Peter Kelly, Joint Managing Partner, talk…