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JCP Solicitors Appoints New Business Owners

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One of Wales' leading law firms, JCP Solicitors, today announced the promotion of two Directors to Business Owners. Head of the Lifetime Planning Disputes Team, Richard Howells and Marketing Director, Amy Seppman , join 12 other Business Owners...

JCP Celebrates Appointments During The COVID-19 Crisis

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Welsh law firm, JCP Solicitors has appointed two new Directors, both of which have been instrumental in ensuring the business continues to offer an efficient, uninterrupted service throughout the lockdown period. Chris Q Davies is a lawyer who has been...

Covid-19 - Our Latest Update

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We would like to reassure our business and private clients that it is business as usual at JCP Solicitors and all our offices remain open during normal working hours. We are keeping regularly updated on the situation and preparing for all eventualities. We...

Keith, Mei and Matthew Put Their Heads Together For Brain Injury Clients

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We are very pleased that Mei Li and Matthew Owen have joined Keith Thomas, all from our Injury Services Team , to be listed in the Headway Head Injury Solicitors’ Directory 2020, in recognition of their expertise in the area of brain injury. The...

JCP's Carmarthen Team Recognised for Excellence in The Legal 500

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We are very proud to see our Carmarthen team being spotlighted in the latest edition of the law sector bible – The Legal 500. Among a roster of accolades for a broad spread of JCP’s practice areas in the Legal 500 2020 edition, our...

JCP Solicitors Recognised for Excellence in The Legal 500

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JCP Solicitors has again been recognised as a Leading UK law firm, having been recommended in the latest edition of the law sector bible – The Legal 500. Among a roster of accolades in the Legal 500’s 2020 edition, JCP has been named a...

JCP's Impeccably High Standards Praised by Keen-Eyed Lexcel Assessors

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JCP has, once again, been recognised as a legal practice which meets the highest standards of management and customer care by the Law Society’s practice management standards body, Lexcel. Assessors have praised the way JCP has successfully...

Statement regarding JCP Swansea Half Marathon

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As the main sponsor of the JCP Swansea Half Marathon, it is with deep sadness that we heard of the tragic death of one of the participants at this year’s event on Sunday, June 23. This is a terrible tragedy and everyone here at JCP would like to...

Awards Hat Trick For Two Teams at Welsh Law Firm

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Two legal teams at Welsh law firm JCP Solicitors are celebrating after scooping a trio of award wins in quick succession. JCP Solicitors’ Residential Property team won Conveyancing Team of the Year at the Wales Legal Awards, while the law firm’s...

Key Appointments for Law Firm as Turnover Hits 10 Million

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Welsh law firm JCP Solicitors has made two key appointments from within its ranks, to continue to manage ongoing growth as turnover hits 10 million at the business. Chris Shaw , Director and Head of Lifetime Planning, is now a business owner at the firm,...

Millennials - Talking About My Generation

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Millennials, Generation X, Generation Z – we have all heard the terminology - and some of the discussions about the attributes, aspirations and attitudes of each group. And, let’s be frank, many of these discussions seem keen to pitch these...

A Solicitor's Duties and a Client's Rights

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Recent Court of Appeal decisions have shed some light upon two issues of interest in relation to professional negligence claims against solicitors - a solicitor’s duty to warn, and the rights of a fraudulent claimant. A Solicitor’s Duty to Warn...

High Heels, Crucifixes and Tattoos - Do you Know Your Dress Code Duties, as an Employer?

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Legal cases involving dress codes at work – whether they are about high heels, religious-themed jewellery or tattoos - always grab headlines, and they can leave some employers feeling embattled and nervy. The Government has just issued guidance for...

Will Headline Grabbing Case Bring No Fault Divorce Closer?

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Nobody enters into marriage lightly, but the ongoing case of Owens Vs Owens is likely to give even the most starry-eyed couples pause for thought. This case sees a woman who wants to divorce her husband of 40 years unable to do so, despite the fact that...

Ask The Legal Expert: Private School Fees and Divorce

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My seven year old daughter is currently in private school and my ex-husband and I had intended that she would attend the same fee-paying school until university. Fair provision was made for me in the divorce proceedings, but no specific allocation was made...

Will Pimlico Plumbers Case Put a Spanner in the Works for Employers?

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Self-employment and the gig economy has never been a hotter topic within employment circles, and since our way of working is becoming less traditional, there is a feeling that the established employment models are being scrutinised and tested. The Pimlico...

Tribunal Finds In Favour of Oakwood Park in Employment Dispute

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An employment tribunal judge has found that Oakwood Leisure Ltd/Deep Sea Leisure Plc acted lawfully when it deducted from an employee’s final salary, the costs incurred as a result of his leaving the company without giving his full contractual...

Ask the Legal Expert: Value of Pre-nuptial Agreements

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I am happy to be getting married next year - I have left it late in life, having dedicated myself to building a business portfolio. I would always want to do the right thing by my husband, but if we were to split I would worry about the...

Have You Assessed Your GDPR Risk?

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With the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into effect on 25 May 2018, it is pleasing that so many minds are focused upon the important topic of data protection, and, as many organisations have realised, while GDPR will bring some...

Does Your Property Make The Grade?

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From 1st April commercial landlords in England and Wales will have to make sure their properties meet new regulations, or face sanctions. The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) MEES Regulations 2015 (“MEES”) are...

The Legal Complexities of Surrogacy

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Olympian Tom Daley and his husband Dustin Lance Black made a romantic announcement on Valentine’s Day this year – revealing the news that they are expecting a child, presumably via a surrogate. Surrogacy is an increasingly common option, both...

Claims Against Professionals - A Summary of Case Studies

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Please find below a summary of recent case studies where our team has assisted Clients when they have suffered from financial loss to the negligence of a trusted professional. Solicitors – commercial transactions An area of increasing...

Amid the Excitement, Will Harry and Meghan Remember a Pre-Nup?

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The engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has got the nation abuzz with excitement – and no doubt broken a few hopeful hearts too. The charming couple have much planning ahead of them for the wedding, with the big day likely to spread oodles of...

Why it Pays for Businesses to Watch Their IP's and Q's

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Intellectual Property (IP) theft and infringement costs British businesses billions of pounds each year– particularly in the software, electronics, pharmaceuticals and financial services sectors. In fact, any creative business, whether a fledgling SME...

Substance Misuse At Work - What Healthcare Employers Need to Know

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Substance misuse at work is a growing issue that all employers need to be aware of, including within the healthcare sector. The use of drugs or alcohol at home can lead to impaired function and lower productivity the next day at work. And, of course, the...

Structuring Your Dental Practice

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There is a fixed number of ways that dental businesses can operate - as a sole trader, partnership, expense sharers or as companies. Here is an overview of some of these options; sole traders, partnership and expense sharers. We will return to limited...

Making Room For Another Health Professional?

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Letting out a room in your surgery can be a useful way of generating extra income for your practice, while helping to provide the local community with extra services in one convenient hub. Many GP’s and dentists take this route, commonly hiring out...

Healthcare News, Views and Updates

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We are delighted to launch the JCP Solicitors’ Healthcare Newsletter, to help our clients keep abreast of the latest news and events in their sector. We have just seen the end of the NHS Year at 31st March 2017 and I am pleased to say that JCP’s...

Event Review: It's a hat trick for the Welsh Favourite Dewi Griffiths to win the JCP Swansea Half Marathon 2017

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The city of Swansea was booming with thousands of runners and spectators today ( Sunday 25th June ) as they celebrated the fourth edition of the multi-award winning JCP Swansea Half Marathon . The flat, fast and scenic 13.1-mile course continues to...

JCP Swansea Half Marathon Preview Everything you need to know

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As the biggest race of the Summer draws nearer, athletes and spectators alike begin to feel the excitement of the event that is to come. With only 5 days to go until the JCP Swansea Half Marathon takes place this Sunday 25th June , the city will be...

Directorship Success for City Solicitors

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Leading South and West Wales law firm, JCP Solicitors, has appointed two new Directors from within its ranks. Head of Commercial Lending Recoveries, Sophie Thomas, and Head of HR Services, Clare Bowen, have been appointed Directors at JCP Solicitors...

Ways in Which We Have Helped Our Clients

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The below case studies show the way in which we are helping our accident and injury clients and how we enable their quality of life to improve after their accident. If we could wave a magic wand we would turn back time so that these clients did not...

Substance Abuse at Work - A Legal Headache for Employers

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Alcohol and drug misuse in the workplace is a growing issue, with key ethical and legal implications for employers. According to latest figures* one in 12 16 to 59-year-olds have used an illicit drug, so it is no wonder that misuse at work is something many...

Ask The Legal Expert: Pre Nups and the Farm Business.

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My parents and I are in a farming partnership and I’m planning to get married at the end of next year. Without wanting to sound unromantic, how can I protect the business and keep it outside the matrimonial assets in the unlikely event that my...

Will Brexit Stick the Boot In To Our Beautiful Game

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While the media continues to rake over the post-Brexit coals, in an effort to wring every last drop of heat out of the debate, the mood of the nation at large seems to be, in typical British fashion, ‘let’s just wait and see how things turn...

Commercial contracts and Brexit, An insight into the potential impact

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On 2 October 2016 Theresa May announced that Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union will be triggered before the end of March 2017. If you trade with the EU your business will be affected. Now is the time for you to start preparing for Brexit...

Swansea Family Lawyer Travels To Parliament To Call For No Fault Divorce

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Matthew Wells, a family lawyer from JCP Solicitors in Swansea, travelled to Parliament today to meet with local MP Carolyn Harris. Mr Wells was taking part in a major lobby of Parliament organised by family law organisation Resolution, who represent 6,500...

Farming Employers Duties to Staff in a Fluctuating Market

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Employers’ circumstances change and, by its nature, farming work is subject to all kinds of fluctuations that farm owners need to accommodate. So it is common that farming employers need to alter their employees’ terms and hours from time to...

Are You Affected By The Apprenticeship Levy?

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The apprenticeship levy is a levy (charge) on UK employers to help fund the costs of apprenticeships training and assessment. The levy will be set at 0.5% of an employers pay bill, (a pay bill is the employer’s total employee earnings subject to Class...

Tax-Free Childcare Scheme

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A scheme will be introduced in early 2017 where the Government will pay 20% of families’ yearly childcare costs for children under 12 years old, (capped at £2,000 per child), or under 17 years old if the child is disabled (capped at...

National Minimum Wage Increases (For Some Age Bands)

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April saw the introduction of the new living wage of £7.20 per hour. Following on from this on 1st October 2016, the national minimum wage for some age bands has increased: A rise to £6.95 per hour for workers aged under...

Are We Discriminating Against Potential Employees Without Even Realising?

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Tattoos...piercings....body modifications....In certain industries questions are often raised regarding body modifications such as ‘can I ask an employee to remove a nose stud?’ Although tattoos, piercings and other body modifications are not...

Ask The Legal Expert - Common HR Questions

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Today we answer three common questions often asked by business owners and those working in HR roles. 1. Can an employer recover training costs from an employee after they have left? Companies will often want to invest in their workforce through...

Ask The Legal Expert - Altering Employees Hours in a Farm Business

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I run a small farm and I need to alter some of my employees’ hours. Am I on a shaky legal footing if there is no provision in their individual contracts for me to do so? Employers’ circumstances change and, by its nature, farming work is...

A brief Employment Update from 2016

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Here is a quick rundown on the biggest changes of 2016 in the world of Employment Law......... April saw the introduction of the new national living wage. Workers over the age of 25 are now entitled to the national living wage rate...

What Impact Will BREXIT Have On Employers?

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A very common question amongst employers and employees right now. There will be no immediate changes to UK employment law; withdrawal negotiations need to take place starting when the UK triggers art.50 of the Treaty on European Union; it is not yet known...

Substance Misuse in the Workplace

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We are pleased to announce a HR workshop being run in December 2016 that will focus on substance misuse in the workplace. It is our aim to help businesses understand some of the policies and procedures that are needed to look after and deal with...

New Commercial Property Workshops Announced

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Sarah Davies, Director and Head of Property Litigation will shortly be holding workshops in Swansea, Haverfordwest and Carmarthen dealing commercial property litigation matters. The workshops will include an update and discussions in connection with the...

JCP Recognised By Lexcel Assessors For Practice Management Excellence

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JCP Solicitors has once again been recognised by the Law Society’s practice management standard body, retaining their Lexcel Version 6 Award. After a rigorous assessment of JCP’s practices and procedures, carried out across JCP’s...

Interim Possession Order

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Interim Possession Order –A Quicker Procedure To Remove Squatters Applying for an Interim Possession Order (‘IPO’) from the Court is an option available to a landlord (both individually and commercially) who finds anybody occupying their...

JCP Sports Law Team Advises on Two Major Deals

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Leading Welsh law firm, JCP Solicitors, has advised Europe’s leading sportswear manufacturer on two new record kit deals in England. The firm’s sports law team advised Italian technical sportswear label, Macron, in a deal which will see it...

Pre-Nuptial Agreements: Not just for Hollywood Stars

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I’m planning to get married at the end of next year. Without wanting to sound unromantic, I am a professional in my late thirties, I have my own house and savings which I have worked hard for. In the unlikely event that my marriage was to fail, it is...

Ask The Legal Expert: Grandparents Rights

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"My granddaughter has been living with me for the last year. Her parents have agreed to this arrangement since they have a chaotic lifestyle and drug addictions. I’m keen to make the arrangement more secure. What are my options?" It is...

JCP Swansea Half Marathon Claims Silver at The Running Awards in association with JustGiving.

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The JCP Swansea Half Marathon was the runner up in the Best Half Marathon category at The 2016 Running Awards in association with JustGiving last Friday, and is now officially the second best half marathon in the UK and the best half marathon in Wales...

From West Cornwall to West Wales Rugby Tales Entertain Business Networking Lunch

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Guests attended the most recent Pembrokeshire Four Seasons Business Lunch to hear a leading light in rugby commentary, Rick O’Shea, share tales from the commentary box. Rick entertained around 60 attendees who gathered at the Wolfscastle Hotel for the...

JCP Supports Junior Cricket.

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JCP Solicitors are proud to be lending our support to the South Wales Junior Cricket League by encouraging youngsters to sign up and join their local team. As part of our sponsorship we have offered to help promote junior memberships across the region and...

Ask the Legal Expert: Child Maintenance Responsibilities

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"I am a single mother with a two-year-old son from a brief relationship. My son’s father and I were never married and didn’t live together so he refuses to provide any financial support. He is very wealthy whereas I am struggling...

Quality Apprenticeship The Key to Workplace Success For Young Ambassador

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With National Apprenticeship Week starting on Monday 14th March, we talk to one workplace star at Pembrokeshire’s JCP Solicitors who is inspiring other young people to make a quality apprenticeship their pathway to a satisfying career. While some...

A New Boost to JCP Solicitors Rural Expertise

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Legal experts JCP Solicitors have announced another boost to their expertise, with one of their Associate Solicitors becoming a Fellow of the Agricultural Law Association (ALA). The South and West Wales firm already specialises in rural legal affairs, with...

JCP Sponsor Carmarthen Sprint Triathlon

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JCP Solicitors are delighted to be one of the sponsors of the Carmarthen Junior Fun Triathlon on April 2nd 2016 and the Carmarthen Sprint Triathlon on April 3rd 2016. The Junior event will allow youngsters to experience the thrills and spills of taking part...

Injury Clinic Drop-in Session: Haverfordwest & Fishguard

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Have you or a loved one experienced an accident or injury recently? Would you like to find out where you legally stand and what your options are? Join us at our drop in session for a cup of tea/coffee and a free, confidential and informal chat with one of...

Ask The Legal Expert: Financial Claims Following Divorce

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My wife was the petitioner in our divorce in 2008 and at that time she assured me she would not make any financial claim against me as long as I provided for our children. I did so and have now funded my children through university. But my ex-wife is...

Drop-in Session 4 February

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Attend our Injury Clinic Drop In Session in Fishguard and Haverfordwest Have you or a loved one experienced an accident or injury recently? Would you like to find out where you legally stand and what your options are? Join us for a cup of tea/coffee...

Griffiths and Wookey 'Honoured' with Ambassador Accolades for 2016 JCP Swansea Half Marathon

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Dewi Griffiths and Emma Wookey, men’s and women’s title winners at the 2015 JCP Swansea Half Marathon, are celebrating again after receiving New Year’s honours. Swansea Harrier Griffiths, 24, and 22-year-old Wookey of Lliswerry Harriers...

Ask The Legal Expert The Farm Business and Contracts of Employment.

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I run a farm and I use a number of casual workers during busy periods – often for six months at a time. What are my obligations regarding giving them contracts? This is a common issue in the farming community partly because of the seasonal nature of...

Season's Greetings

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On behalf of everyone at JCP Solicitors we would like to wish our clients and friends a very Merry Christmas and prosperous New Year. Below you can find our Christmas opening hours. Season's Greetings from all at JCP Solicitors...

A Little of the West End Comes to Saundersfoot

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A Saundersfoot hotel was alive with the sound of fundraising on Friday, December 4th when singing star Connie Fisher spoke at a charity lunch. More than 100 business people from the Pembrokeshire area gathered to hear The Sound of Music star, from...

Rent Smart Wales Goes Live. A blog for Welsh Landlords and Agents

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As the Welsh Government's Rent Smart Wales scheme goes live, we look at recent developments, revisit the key changes and outline how to ensure compliance with the new laws: In this, our third article this year on the significant new legal changes...

Vote and help bring the Best Half Marathon trophy to Swansea!

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Organisers of the JCP Swansea Half Marathon have issued a call for votes in The 2016 Running Awards as they aim to make the top 12 shortlist again in the ‘Best Half Marathon’ category. The JCP Swansea Half Marathon has been growing in size and...

Ask The Legal Expert: Safeguarding Agricultural Land

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In this month’s Ask The Legal Expert column we get the latest specialist advice from our Carmarthen based Rural Practice team. This month specialist Solicitor in rural affairs, Ffion Lloyd, advises a farming family on the value of written tenancy...

The Bowerman Duty: Definitely Alive and Well

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The Court of Appeal decision in Goldsmith Williams v E.Surv – handed down on 11th November 2015 – is likely to be of particular interest to lenders, and to solicitors acting for lenders. Although the appeal related to a judgement in...

Ask The Legal Expert- Parental Responsibility for Step Children

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I have recently re-married and my husband would like to take on Parental Responsibility for my son - his step-son. This would make life easier when I’m working shifts and he needs to collect my boy from school. How should we proceed? This is a...

Companies Get Set To Lace Up

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Organisers of the JCP Swansea Half Marathon have announced that entries are now open for businesses and organisations to take part in next year’s race. The opportunity to enter the Corporate Challenge is open to any organisation, whether it be a social...

JCP Celebrates 25 Years with Video

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On the 1st November 2015, JCP celebrated 25 years in business. What better way to celebrate where we are today, than a video that showcases the diverse nature of what we do. We hope you enjoy our video, we certainly enjoyed putting together. ...

Sweet Win For Lindt Over Trade mark Claims

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A German federal court has apparently ruled that Lindt’s golden chocolate bears are not an infringement of Haribo’s Gold Bear trade mark. Haribo has been producing jelly sweets since the 1920’s and has trade marks for both a gold bear logo...

JCP Swansea Half Marathon celebrates success

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Sponsors, supporters, athletes and local celebs were amongst those who attended the JCP Swansea Half Marathon night of celebration that took place in Morgans Hotel just last night. The event was held in appreciation of all those who played a part in...

JCP Swansea Half Marathon Makes Strides In Becoming One Of The UKs Fastest Growing Races

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The organisers of the JCP Swansea Half Marathon have today announced the launch of a new website for their 2016 race, which is fast becoming a firm favourite amongst the running community. This coincides with their early bird race places that come to a...

Legal Representation at Disciplinary or Grievance Hearings

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A question that is often asked by our Employer clients is whether in the course of a disciplinary proceeding, an employee is entitled to bring along their Solicitor as the accompanying person. The answer to the question is invariably no, since there is no...

Calculating Holiday Entitlement

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Sounds simple right? But take into account part time workers, shift workers and bank holidays and it all gets very complicated. Getting it wrong is more common than you may think and could even potentially give rise to a financial lost within your...

NFU Cymru Confirms Reappointment of its Legal Panel Firms

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NFU Cymru has confirmed the reappointment of its legal panel firms after an intensive six-month review that considered legal services, fee structures and commitment to the organisation and its members, alongside feedback from members and NFU Cymru staff. ...

Welsh Landlords And Agents: Be Mindful Of New Important Laws

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A snapshot of the new Welsh Government legislation set to affect landlords and agents in Wales. Designed to improve the standards of letting and management practice in the private rental sector in Wales, important new laws set to be introduced in autumn...

Chris Davies Saddling up to Support Macmillan Cancer Support

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Chris Davies, a Director and Head of Property Services, based in JCP’s Swansea office is saddling up to support Macmillan Cancer Support. He is taking part in the four-day 320-mile One Love Ride from Paris to Swansea. Chris will be one of at least...

Visit Us At The Royal Welsh Show

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From Monday 20 July to Thursday 24 July you can find members of our Rural Practice team at the Royal Welsh Show. If you are heading down to the show, come to our stand, located by the main ring, opposite the NFU building; it has got some very bold JCP...

#TeamJCP Win The Back Up Push

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JCP Solicitors, Equinox Physiotherapy, and wheelchair volunteer Brian Roberts took on the challenge to race 12 other teams to the top of Snowdon, all in aid of the charity the Back Up Trust. Brian is an inspiring young sportsman, who before his motorbike...

Good Luck To The Radio Pembrokeshire Business Awards Finalists

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Public voting for the 2015 Radio Pembrokeshire Business Awards with the Port of Milford Haven has now closed and the winners will be announced at a gala award dinner at the Torch Theatre in Milford Haven tonight. JCP Solicitors are delighted to be...

JCP Solicitors Bolster Medical Negligence Team

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A leading Welsh law firm has received a boost following the appointment of another Medical Negligence specialist to its team – which is now the largest Medical Negligence team in South West Wales. Solicitor Rebecca Bennett has joined JCP Solicitors...

JCP Staff Get In A Spin For Cancer Charity At Summer Soiree

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It was more about trainers and energy drinks than gowns and Pimms when we enjoyed our annual summer party on Friday 19th June. Staff saddled up for an all-day spinathon to help raise £800 for Macmillan Cancer Support – and to lend our backing to...

JCP Sponsor 2015 Radio Pembrokeshire Business Awards

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Public voting for the 2015 Radio Pembrokeshire Business Awards with Port of Milford Haven is now open. Radio Pembrokeshire would like to thank all who nominated businesses and business people from across the county of Pembrokeshire. The judges really...

Organisers Hail JCP Swansea Half Marathon A Great Success For The City

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Five thousand runners from 25 different countries took to the streets of Swansea on Sunday 14th June to test their mettle in the second JCP Swansea Half Marathon. Runners of all abilities joined the sell-out event, from elite athletes to fun runners in...

Farmer And TV Presenter Welcomed At Carmarthen Gathering

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Farmer and television presenter Adam Henson demonstrated how farmers need to be as comfortable with a business plan as they are with a baler when he was welcomed as guest of honour at a recent gathering at University of Wales Trinity St David (UWTSD) in...

Paint Brushes At The Ready For JCP Solicitors Helping Tenovus Cancer Care

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JCP Solicitors, got their overalls on and paintbrushes out in order to help the Carmarthen office of Tenovus Cancer Care. Wales’s leading cancer charity brings treatment, emotional support and practical advice to where it matters most; the heart of...

JCP Attend BDA Conference

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Over the next two days our Head of Healthcare, Chris Davies will be attending and speaking at the British Dental Association Conference in Manchester. Tomorrow (in association with the NASDAL, the National Association of Dental Accountants & Lawyers),...

Team Win TPT Construction Landmark Case

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JCP’s Professional Negligence team has been in the news recently following its landmark success in the case of Turpin & Phillips v Brabners Chaffe Street LLP. Philip and Dorothy Turpin and Peter and Anne Phillips, the former shareholders of...

Ask The Legal Expert: Where Is The Location Of My Boundaries?

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In this week’s Ask The Legal Expert blog, we get the latest specialist advice from our Property team: Where will I find information about the precise location of my boundaries? Newspapers sometime report on acrimonious neighbour disputes arising...

Why We All Should Make A Lasting Power Of Attorney

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Whilst we do not like to think about it, the number of those suffering with Dementia and Alzheimer’s is on the increase. Also due to a more advanced health service we are more likely to survive an illness, such as a stroke and heart attack. ...

Consultations Affecting The Private Rented Sector: An Update

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The Welsh Government has published two consultations which seeks views on the Regulation of Private Housing and a Code of Practice for landlords and agents in connection with the private rented sector. The consultation closes on 7 May 2015. For those...

New Trainee Solicitor Opportunities At JCP Solicitors In 2015 & 2016

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We are delighted to announce that we have exciting new opportunities for trainee solicitors commencing in September 2015 and 2016. We are looking to recruit two trainee solicitors who will be primarily based in our West Wales offices. One vacancy will...

Businesses Step Up To Take On A Corporate Challenge With A Difference

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It’s the latest development brought into action by event organisers for the upcoming JCP Swansea Half Marathon. Businesses across Wales are being urged to take part in the corporate challenge that has been introduced as a new addition to the race...

Is It Time For Jeremy Clarkson To Pack Up His Gear?

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Over 900,000 people think not, having signed an online petition to reinstate Jeremy Clarkson to Top Gear, and this number is growing. Jeremy Clarkson has been suspended for allegedly punching producer Oisin Tymon. Here comes yet another controversial issue...

Own Property Abroad? The New EU Succession Rules May Affect You

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There is a new EU regulation in relation to succession known as Brussels IV. This regulation will apply to the succession of assets of those who die on or after 17th August 2015. The regulations govern which EU member states rules will apply to...