Press Releases 2017 archives

Second award win for young Furley Page Solicitor

30th November 2017

A young solicitor at leading Kent law firm Furley Page has been praised for her significant and enthusiastic contribution to...

Would you celebrate Christmas with your Bank Manager?

30th November 2017

Don’t let family lending lead to a breakdown in family relations In the Autumn Budget the Chancellor had some good news...

Owner of Broome Park Estate loses High Court fight over outdoor recreational rights

21st November 2017

Ruling could prove costly for landowners, warns Furley Page A High Court judgment in a dispute over recreational rights on a...

Furley Page strengthens services for elderly and vulnerable clients in Kent and Medway

16th November 2017

Legal help for elderly and vulnerable clients living in Kent and Medway has been boosted following the appointment of a...

Furley Page celebrates outstanding results in Chambers UK 2018

8th November 2017

Individual lawyers and teams at Furley Page have achieved an excellent set of results in the annual rankings published by...

Law firm Furley Page celebrates best ever results in The Legal 500 rankings

19th October 2017

Kent law firm Furley Page is celebrating its best ever results in the annual rankings published by The Legal 500...

Furley Page appoints talented newly qualified solicitor

12th October 2017

An appointment by leading Kent law firm, Furley Page, brings a newly qualified solicitor to its highly regarded Private Client...

Furley Page appointment strengthens corporate team

9th October 2017

Kent law firm, Furley Page, has expanded its highly-regarded corporate and commercial team by appointing solicitor Jamie Bourne, further strengthening...

Law governing Wills reviewed in Government consultation

26th September 2017

Is it time to update a 19th century law for a 21st century world?, asks Furley Page Reviewing legislation relating to...

Furley Page lawyers are recognised for providing a “World Class” service to wealthy clients

26th September 2017

Two lawyers at Furley Page have been named in a prestigious independent guide that recognises the world’s leading advisers to...

Furley Page guests get chance to meet birds of prey at East Kent Ploughing Match

29th August 2017

A birds of prey flying display and ‘have a go’ archery will be just some of the attractions at the...

Law firm Furley Page responds to retired Judge’s comments on Lasting Powers of Attorney and Deputyship Orders

Val Prosser

23rd August 2017

“What should you do now?” asks vulnerable client lawyer Following the comments of retired Senior Judge Denzil Lush last week about...

Why landowners and developers can’t afford to ignore Japanese knotweed

23rd August 2017

This super-weed is invasive, damaging and potentially extremely costly, warns law firm Furley Page Any gardener will tell you that weeds...

What next following ‘momentous’ decision on Employment Tribunal fees?

23rd August 2017

Questions need to be answered, says leading lawyer The recent Supreme Court decision in R (on the application of Unison) v...

Government’s consultation on uncapped leaseholds welcomed

25th July 2017

Property specialist Liz Brady, a Partner at leading South East law firm Furley Page, is welcoming the government’s move to...

Standing up for older workers

25th July 2017

In just five years, it is predicted, one in three of the working age population will be over the age...

Beware the trend for uncapped leasehold ground rents

17th July 2017

Buyers of new build leasehold properties need to ensure they are not letting themselves in for a huge financial burden...

Excellence in business is child’s play for Employer of the Year KEiBA 2017 Award Winner

28th June 2017

Sponsor Furley Page hails calibre of applicants A company which has spent 65 years “dressing children beautifully” has won the Employer...

What does the general election mean for HR and employers?

14th June 2017

As the Conservative Party, propped up with voting support from Northern Ireland’s DUP, press on with the business of government,...

Landlords must act now to take the heat out of new rules on energy efficiency ratings for leases

14th June 2017

Failure to respond could lead to loss of rental income and the risk of heavy fines, warns law firm Furley...

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