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October 2016 Newswire  

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Hethertons Services for Business

Our aim is to keep you up to date with ideas and information that will help you gain the best possible advantages in working with us. This newswire will be sent regularly to help achieve this aim, and we hope you enjoy reading them.

  Local professional’s team up to help businesses protect themselves


Hethertons and Walker Crips Wealth Management Ltd recently delivered a seminar on business protection to some of York’s leading companies.

Around 25 of the region’s most influential business leaders attended the event at Novotel in York city centre to learn more about the steps they can take to protect their company.

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  Top York solicitors shortlisted at national legal awards


Hethertons Solicitors is celebrating the news that it has been shortlisted for this year’s prestigious Modern Law Awards.

The national awards recognise some of the industry’s top-performing professionals and firms, which is why Hethertons is delighted to be a finalist in the Corporate Commercial Team of the Year category.

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  Yorkshire firm rapped for health and safety failings


A Halifax-based paper mill has been fined tens of thousands for safety breaches, following an incident in which a worker lost several fingers.

Bradford Crown Court heard that the employee, who has not been named, had been injured in September 2013, while changing a couch roll on a board machine

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  Commercial property sector finds its feet following Brexit


More than one in three commercial premises on the market prior to the EU referendum has now been sold, research suggests.

Analysis of deals in the last four months found that transactions were slowly making up ground following the immediate uncertainty which followed the vote for Brexit.

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  Businesses come to terms following high-profile stand-off


A dispute between a food supplier and Britain’s biggest supermarket was resolved earlier this month – but not before their stalemate made the front pages of several national newspapers.

A clash between Tesco and Unilever – which produces household brands including Marmite, PG Tips and Pot Noodle – meant that many of these well-known products had started to run short.

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