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Case Closed
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Case Closed delves into the legal world and explores issues that affect our everyday lives. Each episode features leading solicitors from Slater Heeils discussing the big legal questions. From divorce to data protection, property to potholes we've got it covered!

Latest Episodes

08. Child Arrangements

In this episode we’re joined by solicitors in the family team, Mark Heptinstall, Head of Family, and Partners Patricia Robinson and Phillip Rhodes. In this podcast we’ll be discussing child arrangements, uncovering what the rights are for parents who are separated in seeing their children.

25 MINNOV 6
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08. Child Arrangements

07. What Happens to Your Business When You Die?

In this episode, we're joined by qualified lawyers from the Private Client team at Slater Heelis; Alex Sealy, Caroline Pinney and Ashleigh Kelly. We discuss the tricky topic of succession planning, and how business owners can ensure their business is looked after when they pass away.

15 MINSEP 16
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07. What Happens to Your Business When You Die?

06. Where There's a Will There's a Way

In this episode we're joined by lawyers in the private client team Alex Sealy, Caroline Pinney and Ashleigh Kelly to discuss the legal document that's often at the bottom of everybody's 'to do' list - a will. We consider the importance of having a watertight will, what happens if you don't have one and why people in the UK should think about drafting one sooner rather than later.

17 MINAUG 7
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06. Where There's a Will There's a Way

05. Accidents at Work

In this episode we're re-joined by partners in the Personal Injury team Richard Wilson, Simon Adamson and Stephen Farnworth to chat accidents in the workplace. We discuss the common accidents that can occur, what to do if you've been injured and how the law is there to protect you while you're at work.

18 MINJUL 11
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05. Accidents at Work

04. Potholes

In this episode we’re joined by partners in the Personal Injury team Richard Wilson, Simon Adamson and Stephen Farnworth to discuss the bane in everyone’s daily commute, potholes... We discuss the common misconceptions when it comes to personal injury claims, what you should do if you’ve been injured or had a pothole related accident and whether or not it is the council who is responsible.

19 MINJUN 14
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04. Potholes

03. In Conversation With Andy Burnham - Mayor of Greater Manchester

In this episode we're joined by the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham. Andy was a guest at the Slater Heelis In Conversation With... event where he discussed his plans to tackle homelessness and the region's dysfunctional transport system, along with his strategy to support young people and combat climate change.

56 MINAPR 26
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03. In Conversation With Andy Burnham - Mayor of Greater Manchester

02. GDPR - The Four Letter Word

In this episode we're joined by Richard Riley, a solicitor in the corporate team to discuss the four-letter word that's still got everybody talking - GDPR. We look at what businesses should be doing, what fines they face if they don't comply and whether or not GDPR does enough to protect the personal information of millions of citizens across the UK.

37 MINAPR 5
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02. GDPR - The Four Letter Word

01. No-Fault Divorce

In this episode we discuss the proposed changes to divorce law in England and Wales following the Government’s public consultation into no-fault divorce. We look at the current 'blame game' culture that divorce law creates and discuss whether the proposed changes to remove fault from divorce proceedings will make the process less acrimonious and help families look towards the future.

40 MINJAN 28
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01. No-Fault Divorce
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Latest Episodes

08. Child Arrangements

In this episode we’re joined by solicitors in the family team, Mark Heptinstall, Head of Family, and Partners Patricia Robinson and Phillip Rhodes. In this podcast we’ll be discussing child arrangements, uncovering what the rights are for parents who are separated in seeing their children.

25 MINNOV 6
Comments
08. Child Arrangements

07. What Happens to Your Business When You Die?

In this episode, we're joined by qualified lawyers from the Private Client team at Slater Heelis; Alex Sealy, Caroline Pinney and Ashleigh Kelly. We discuss the tricky topic of succession planning, and how business owners can ensure their business is looked after when they pass away.

15 MINSEP 16
Comments
07. What Happens to Your Business When You Die?

06. Where There's a Will There's a Way

In this episode we're joined by lawyers in the private client team Alex Sealy, Caroline Pinney and Ashleigh Kelly to discuss the legal document that's often at the bottom of everybody's 'to do' list - a will. We consider the importance of having a watertight will, what happens if you don't have one and why people in the UK should think about drafting one sooner rather than later.

17 MINAUG 7
Comments
06. Where There's a Will There's a Way

05. Accidents at Work

In this episode we're re-joined by partners in the Personal Injury team Richard Wilson, Simon Adamson and Stephen Farnworth to chat accidents in the workplace. We discuss the common accidents that can occur, what to do if you've been injured and how the law is there to protect you while you're at work.

18 MINJUL 11
Comments
05. Accidents at Work

04. Potholes

In this episode we’re joined by partners in the Personal Injury team Richard Wilson, Simon Adamson and Stephen Farnworth to discuss the bane in everyone’s daily commute, potholes... We discuss the common misconceptions when it comes to personal injury claims, what you should do if you’ve been injured or had a pothole related accident and whether or not it is the council who is responsible.

19 MINJUN 14
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04. Potholes

03. In Conversation With Andy Burnham - Mayor of Greater Manchester

In this episode we're joined by the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham. Andy was a guest at the Slater Heelis In Conversation With... event where he discussed his plans to tackle homelessness and the region's dysfunctional transport system, along with his strategy to support young people and combat climate change.

56 MINAPR 26
Comments
03. In Conversation With Andy Burnham - Mayor of Greater Manchester

02. GDPR - The Four Letter Word

In this episode we're joined by Richard Riley, a solicitor in the corporate team to discuss the four-letter word that's still got everybody talking - GDPR. We look at what businesses should be doing, what fines they face if they don't comply and whether or not GDPR does enough to protect the personal information of millions of citizens across the UK.

37 MINAPR 5
Comments
02. GDPR - The Four Letter Word

01. No-Fault Divorce

In this episode we discuss the proposed changes to divorce law in England and Wales following the Government’s public consultation into no-fault divorce. We look at the current 'blame game' culture that divorce law creates and discuss whether the proposed changes to remove fault from divorce proceedings will make the process less acrimonious and help families look towards the future.

40 MINJAN 28
Comments
01. No-Fault Divorce
the END
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