Winston Solicitors LLP news archive

Posted on: 10/02/2011

Anthony Conway, who has over 50 years experience as a solicitor in Leeds has retired, with a party held in his honour last week.

Posted on: 28/01/2011

Congratulation to UHC Cougars who have won the intra-communal 5-a-side football tournament for the second successive year after beating BHH in the final.

The lads and dads team are sponsored by Winston Solicitors!

Posted on: 15/11/2010

The St Gemma’s 10th Annual Art Exhibition got off to an encouraging start with the patrons’ evening sponsored by Winston Solicitors.

Posted on: 03/11/2010

Congratulations to those from Winston Solicitors who took part in the Run 10k for Cancer Research at Harewood House over the weekend.

Posted on: 27/10/2010

A London taxi driver is to be prosecuted by insurance company Aviva after he falsely claimed loss of earnings whilst still working.

Posted on: 07/10/2010

The late September sunshine created an atmospheric setting for delegates to hear employment barrister from York Chambers, Bruce Frew, highlight the key changes introduced by the new Equality Act.

Posted on: 22/09/2010

Winston Solicitors is once again involved in Make a Will Month in support of St Gemma’s Hospice.

Throughout October you have the opportunity to have your Will or Codicil written for free, in return for a donation to the hospice.

Posted on: 21/09/2010

Substantive provisions of the new Equality Act 2010 come into force on 1st October 2010. The Act brings disability, sex, race and other grounds of discrimination within a single piece of legislation and also makes changes to the law.

Posted on: 20/09/2010

We require an experienced personal injury secretary for our busy and wide-ranging PI department.


Posted on: 16/09/2010

Presented by York Chambers Employment Barrister Bruce Frew and the Winston Solicitors Employment Team on Thursday 30 September.


Reintroduction of employment tribunal fees?

In a surprising announcement, the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) has confirmed that it may reintroduce fees for employment tribunal claims.  This would be a surprising U-turn by the government which was criticised for its tribunal fee structure which was introduced in 2013.  The fee structure was decl

Inheritance tax changes

The recent Budget saw the Chancellor announce reforms to Inheritance Tax rules which were widely expected following the Conservative Party’s General Election victory.  Currently, a married couple are able to access allowances of £325,000 each, which can be doubled up and applied as a single allow

Grandmother with Grandchild

The Prime Minister David Cameron has recently suggested that he would be “happy” to look at plans for so called “granny leave” giving working grandparents the right to take up to 18 weeks of shared paren