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We are currently recruiting for a dynamic Solicitor or legal executive to join our busy personal injury team.

The successful candidate must have relevant experience in all areas of EL/PL/OL and RTA. May suit newly qualified.

Salary to be negotiated.

The closing date for applications is 27th May 2015.

Applicants for this position should submit their C.V. & Covering Letter by email to our HR Officer, Hayley Roberts. Full details can be found on our website.
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We require a dynamic Solicitor or legal executive to join our busy personal injury team.

The successful candidate must have relevant experience in all areas of EL/PL/OL and RTA. May suit newly qualified. Salary to be negotiated.

The closing date for applications is 27th May 2015. Applicants for this position should submit their C.V. & Covering Letter by email to our HR Officer, Hayley Roberts.

Full details can be found on our website.
#LawJobs   #PersonalInjurySolicitor  

Hello, thank you to +Donna Beckett for inviting us to join this community.

Have a great Bank Holiday weekend folks.

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The Christmas spirit has arrived, our tree is up and John, our friendly security man, is ready to greet you all.
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Christmas 2014
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We're recruiting!

A new vacancy has arisen for a full time PPI Claims Handler, based in our busy Liverpool City Centre office. 

We are looking for an experienced fee-earner who can develop their own caseload, running cases from inception to conclusion, including the FOS process. 

The successful candidate will be expected to run a caseload of around 300 files. 

To apply for our PPI Claims Handler position, fill in our online application form.

#legaljobs   #PPIClaims  
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Three CLB staff braved the Liverpool weather to face the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise funds and support for Neurosupport - the brain injury charity.

Business Development Manager +Paul McMittrick Associate Solicitor +Philip Scott and Head of IT Mike Taylor - we salute you!
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The Ice Bucket Challenge - August 2014
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If a faulty product you've bought or been given to use has injured you in any way, you might be able to claim personal injury compensation. Our faulty product claims solicitors will be able to provide you with advice if you want to find out more.
#FaultyProducts   #PersonalInjury  
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As part of our commitment to the next generation of legal and IT talent, we have joined the Liverpool Youth Contract. The Youth Contract, an apprenticeship scheme organised by Liverpool City Council and NowSkills, offers young people on Merseyside, aged 16 and 17, who are not already in employment, education or training a chance to gain valuable experience in the workplace.
#apprenticeships   #liverpool  
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Women will not be paid the same as their male equivalents for another 60 years at the current rate unless the issue is addressed, according to official figures published today.
#equalpay   #ukemplaw  
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Too many spirits?

A man has been fined for pretending to be a ghost and other rowdy behaviour in a cemetery.

Anthony Stallard pleaded guilty at Portsmouth magistrates' court to using threatening or abusive words or behaviour likely to cause distress.

A Hampshire police spokesman said that witnesses complained to police about Stallard's rowdy behaviour and his pretending to be a ghost.

"The witnesses reported the group engaging in rowdy behaviour and one of them throwing their arms in the air and saying 'woooooo'," he said.

Stallard, of Southsea, Hampshire, was fined £35 and ordered to pay a £20 victim surcharge and £20 in costs.
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What happens to your digital assets when you die?

It may not be the cheeriest of subjects but it is the one certainty in life that none of us can avoid.

With many of our digital assets stored by various service providers, a common question is what might happen to each of them when we die. 

For example, would you know how to close loved ones’ Facebook and Twitter accounts after their death?  

Evan Carroll, a digital legacy expert and co-founder of The Digital Beyond, offers some practical advice. 
#WillsandProbate   #socialmedia  
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