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Judith Dennerly Retirement

Judith Dennerly Retirement Judith has now decided to hang up her solicitor's pen and gown and head off to retirement.  She started her career in the law in 1979 and has been with Sedgwick Legal since 1987. The majority of her career has been...

Wishing Roger and Kath a happy retirement

Wishing Roger and Kath a happy retirement. Roger Dennerly, long-time senior partner and director at Sedgwick Legal has retired from practice as at close of business on 30 th September 2016.    Roger joined Sedgwicks at the firm’s...

McHale Merger

Sedgwick Legal has merged with McHale and Co. Sedgwick Legal will still be based on Long Street Middleton where Peter Carey and Judith Dennerly, who have both been with the firm since the 1980s, continue to practice. Roger Dennerly, Sedgwick's former...

Thank you

Goodbye Stephen, all at Sedgwick Legal wish you a long and happy retirement. Thank you for everything you have done over the years....

Good Luck Shaun

Good Luck to Shaun Cannon as he leaves Sedgwick Legal to start his new career. Good luck and all the best for the future. ...

Congratulations

Congratulations to our newest member of the team Michaela McDonald who has attained a 2:1 LLB Law (Hons) degree at Liverpool John Moores University. She has graduated on the 15th July and is now a Bachelor of Law with Honours. Well done Michaela for all...

GoodLuck

Sedgwick Legal Ltd want to wish Daniel Rouke good luck for the future in his new job.  ...

CongratulationsMark

Well done to Mark Owen from all at Sedgwick Legal Ltd who has studied Law at degree level achieving a Certificate in Legal Studies as part of his degree. Since graduating, Mark has registered with the Council for Licensed Conveyancers with the aim of...

Rochdale Business Forum

Peter Carey recently chaired the inaugural Rochdale Business Forum which took part earlier in 2015 at Rochdale Rugby Union Football Club and Business Club . Over 125 delegates representing various businesses and business networking organisations operating...

Our Macmillan Coffee Morning

We had a great time at our Macmillan Coffee Morning last week as local businesses and individuals called in to sample our branded cakes!  The Coffee Morning is Macmillan's biggest fundraising event, where people across the UK hold a coffee...

Sedgwick Legal Coffee Morning for Macmillan

Sedwick Legal are hosting a coffee morning in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support on Friday 26th September 2014 from 10am until 12 noon. Come and enjoy our homemade cookies and cakes and take part in our raffle and competitions. ...

Congratulations Daniel!

We are pleased to announce that Daniel Rourke has successfully passed his Legal Practice Course exams. The LPC is the final academic stage of Daniel’s path to becoming a qualified solicitor. Daniel isn’t out of the educational woods just yet...

Common Mistakes People Make When Moving Home - Part 2

Here's part two in our guide to moving home, this week we're focusing on the sale.  1. “I do not have to tell them that” If you are asked any questions by the buyer (or their solicitor) about your property, then you must answer...

Beware challenging a Will

The England & Wales High Court has upheld a will executed on his deathbed by a man who left everything to his long-term partner. Judith Dennerly, a partner at Sedgwick Legal said, “The law provides individuals with wide discretion on how their...

E-cigarettes in the workplace

In light of recently published research that the number of regular e-cigarette smokers in the UK is now over two million, employers are advised to formulate their own policy in relation to the practice of “vaping” in the office. Roger...

New Dog Laws To Protect Your Local Postman

The postmen of Britain will go to work today with a lighter spring in their step as new rules are brought in to protect them from dog attacks. Amendments to the Dangerous Dogs Act have come in to force which mean that dog owners need to ensure that...

Common Mistakes People Make When Moving Home - Part 1

Common Mistakes People Make When Moving Home (And how to avoid them) For most people, buying or the selling a home can be one of the most stressful times of their life. Our residential property team understands this. We also understand the importance of...

Peter Carey featured in the BNI newsletter

Our Director Peter Carey has been featured in this months BNI newsletter. Peter has been a member of the networking group for some time and has made some valuable connections.  Whilst enjoying a post match pint at Rochdale Rugby Union Club with a...

What Are My Holiday Rights?

Local private clients, business owners and consumers will be busily looking at what they might recover financially for ruined holidays if things continue to go wrong in the travel industry this summer. Following the volcanic eruption in Iceland earlier this...

Data Protection - Breaches

Do you protect the personal data which your business holds properly? The Data Protection Act 1998 can be complicated. In June, the Information Commissioner’s Office has said it is very concerned about breaches of data protection rights by the NHS. ...
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