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We’re Still Open in Lockdown

Following Boris Johnson’s speech last night (4th January 2021), Wosskow Brown Solicitors confirm that we are still fully operational. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, and each lockdown, we have remained open for business. We would like to reassure all our clients, both current and future, that we are here to help. Most of our staff will…Continue reading

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Christmas Opening Hours

We’re sure that we can all agree, that we can’t wait to see the back of 2020. It has been a tough year for everyone. As a firm, Wosskow Brown have carried on throughout the year to deliver the best possible service we could to our clients. We’re not going to lie, it has been…Continue reading

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UK Immigration: Cabinet Agrees on No Preference for EU Workers after Brexit

After a lengthy meeting on Monday 24th September, the cabinet agreed in principle that EU-citizens should face the same immigration rules as people from the rest of the world, once the UK has officially departed from the bloc. This agreement follows a recent recommendation by the independent Migration Advisory Committee (MAC). This recommendation suggests that the…Continue reading

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Dreams DO Come True- The Government Listens to Professional Services Sector on Brexit Wishes

The letter recently sent by the Professional and Business Services Council (PBSC) to the Government, emphasising the importance of certain arrangements with the EU, seems to have gone down well with Theresa May and Co. The Law Society of England and Wales are pleased with May’s white paper on Brexit, but acknowledges that the proof…Continue reading

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UK Proposals on Professional Services Sector Top Off Brexit Wish-List

A recently released document which outlines proposals for a brand new deal with the EU was rather warmly welcomed by the Law Society of England and Wales in another move towards a so-called ‘soft-Brexit’. Joe Egan, then President of the Law Society, said: “Since the Brexit vote on 23rd June 2016, we have been calling…Continue reading

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