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Giving Children the Best Christmas

Jonathan Whettingsteel
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For a lot of people, Christmas is about spending time with family, but what happens when children have more than one? If not handled carefully, talk of Christmas can descend into conflict and arguments about where children spend the festive season.   ...

Double Win at Poole Business Awards

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We were delighted to not only be part of the inaugural Poole Business Awards Upton House in Upton Country Park on Tuesday 9 th June, but also return to our office with trophies for two categories. In addition to presenting the winning trophy for our...

Think Pink

Claire Henderson
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As we approach the end of October and are surrounded by the traditional autumnal colours such as orange and brown, my thoughts and reflections are always coloured with pink. That is due October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer occurs...

Over £1000 Raised in Charity Sleep Out

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Over the weekend, our Daring Duo, Pauline Ellis and Rhiannon Stevinson, raised over £1,000 for YMCA Bournemouth's ‘Big Sleep Easy’ in aid of the homeless. The castle they made not only lasted the...

Further hope for commercial landlords in respect of Covid-19 rent arrears

Brianna Garley
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This week saw summary judgment handed down in respect of London Trocadero LLP v Picturehouse Cinemas Limited and Others [2021] EWHC 2591 (Ch) . This continues on from previous decisions, including CRI v TFS Stores [2021] EWHC 863 (Ch) and BNY Mellon v...

Welcome Back Winchester

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On Thursday 23 rd September, after an 18 month absence, we were able to bring back our 'Thursday Social'! Huge thanks to Hotel du Vin for their support, to Montezuma's Chocolates for their delicious gifts and, most of all, members of...

Mediation Voucher Scheme Extension

Pauline Ellis
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On 1 st September, it was announced that the Ministry of Justice had made a further £800,000 available for the Family Mediation Council (FMC) to distribute as vouchers to families who could benefit from mediation services.    The FMC has...

Five on Friday - International Dog Day

Chris Hall
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Yesterday was International Dog Day so, in tribute to our canine companions, here are five fun legal facts about our puppy pals and mongrel mates. Our best fur-end The Animal Welfare Act 2006 require that all dog owners meet their pets’ five...

Five Fact Friday: Ready for Kick Off!

Alice Robson
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With the highs and lows of Euro 2020 behind us, the football season has kicked off again with the Premier League opening matches last weekend, so here are five facts about the beautiful game: Project Red Card Performance data and tracking are big...

Five Fact Friday - Getting the Beers in!

Annie Hodjat
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Some would argue there’s nothing more refreshing than cracking open a cold beer on a hot summer afternoon (should we get any) and many will have celebrated ‘International Beer Day’ last week as it takes place on the first Friday of August...

FIVE ON FRIDAY: The Olympics

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The 2020 Summer Olympics has begun! As world-class athletes come together to represent their countries, here are five technical and legal facts associated with the games which you might not know: 1. What do you call a blister on a Tyrannosaurus Rex? A...

'A Blunt Instrument' for post-COVID Property Landscape

Denise Bull
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A legal specialist with 30 years’ experience and a portfolio of clients across Hampshire has voiced her concerns over changes to the new ‘Classes Order’ introduced by the government in an attempt to help commercial property owners and...

Mediation Voucher Scheme Update

Pauline Ellis
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Back in April 2021, we helped raise awareness of a new Government Scheme where separating couples could claim up to £500 towards their mediation costs .  It was anticipated up to 2,000 families would be able to claim these ‘Mediation...

Denise Welcomed as Trustee

Denise Bull
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With a legal career of over 30 years and holding Partnership in one of Southampton’s leading law firms, Dutton Gregory, Denise Bull has accepted the invitation to join the Trustee Board of Citizens Advice Eastleigh. When Denise Bull heard the call...

FIVE ON FRIDAY: The UK-Australia Trade Deal

Chris Hall
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On 17 June 2021 the UK and Australian governments published an “agreement in principle” which outlines a free-trade agreement between the two countries, so solicitor Chris Hall has compiled his top five legal facts about the deal and all things...

Concern Over NHS 'Patient Data Grab'

Carol Maunder
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The Team Leader of Dutton Gregory’s Clinical Negligence Department, Carol Maunder, is voicing her support for the growing number of medical professionals expressing concern over the intention for GPs to hand over confidential patient records to...

The Evolution is Parenthood: Is the law keeping up?

Jonathan Whettingsteel
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We know that modern families come in all different shapes and sizes, but to mark Pride Month, Family Law Specialist, Jon Whettingsteel considers whether the law does enough to support and protect LGBTQ+ families. When a child is born to a heterosexual...

Dutton Gregory Ready To Set Sail

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As part of Southampton Sailing Week 2021, solicitors at Dutton Gregory are not only delighted to confirm their role as sponsors of the event’s ‘Property Cup’ race, but also preparing to win back the title from being its first ever winners. ...

Cervical Screening Awareness Week

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Cervical cancer is the most common form of cancer in women under 35 with two women in the UK per day dying from the disease. In this article, specialist solicitor Claire Henderson explains her support for and work involving those facing the disease. From...

Through Gritted Teeth: When Dentistry Goes Wrong

Chloe Hayter
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The majority of people see their dentist twice a year as part of a normal routine and think nothing else about it. But what happens if a recommended treatment goes wrong? And what if it was avoidable? Chloe Hayter from Dutton Gregory’s Clinical...

The Backlash on Whiplash Reforms

Alice Robson
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The Government’s Whiplash Reform programme came into force on 31 May 2021. In this article Personal Injury Specialist, Alice Robson explains what this will mean for Claimants. What’s changing? Previously, those who suffered a whiplash injury...

What you should know about 'Cauda Equina Syndrome'

Carol Maunder
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Suffering from lower back pain? Problems in your legs? Dealing with incontinence? The collection of nerves at the end of the spinal cord is known as the ‘cauda equina’, due to its resemblance to a horses tail. Their primary function is...

LANDLORDS! Does your tenancy require an EICR?

Elliott Jurd
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Legal Executive, Elliott Jurd has the answer. The requirement for an EICR or ‘Electrical Installation Conditions Report’, as set out in the Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020 (known as the...

Medical Negligence: Cerebral Palsy

Anne Martin
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There are many different causes of a baby being born with cerebral palsy ; a difficult labour resulting in lack of oxygen to the brain, head trauma, or meningitis. Whilst these are not always caused by medical negligence, Associate Anne Martin explains...

MESH IMPLANTS: Cases are on the rise

Annie Hodjat
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Mesh implants are a, usually synthetic, device used during surgery to strengthen damaged or weakened muscle or tissue to treat prolapse, incontinence and hernias. Used widely across the UK, there have been considerable reports in recent years of patient...

Hattrick of Nominations for the British Conveyancing Awards 2021

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Huge congratulations have been in order this month as three members of Dutton Gregory’s Residential Property team have been shortlisted in categories at this year’s British Conveyancing Awards. Proving excellence in every area of our busy...

Dutton Gregory Welcomes New Executive Trio

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Law firm Dutton Gregory is delighted to announce a hattrick of appointments to meet the demand of two of its thriving property divisions. Graduates Chloe Copping and Lucy Harris have both joined the firm to strengthen its Landlord & Tenant Team,...

Jonathan Joins Dutton Gregory Partnership

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After three years of outstanding enthusiasm and achievement since his arrival at the firm, Dutton Gregory is delighted to welcome family law specialist, Jonathan Whettingsteel, as the newest member of its Partnership.  With a decade of experience that...

Dutton Gregory welcomes new Residential Property Partner in Bournemouth

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Local law firm Dutton Gregory celebrates the appointment of new Residential Property Partner, Amanda Watts , based in their new and modern Bournemouth office. Heading up Bournemouth’s Residential Property offering, Amanda brings a wealth of...

Change of Scenery for Dutton Gregory's Bournemouth Team

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Fast-growing local law firm Dutton Gregory is looking forward to a new change of scenery as their Bournemouth office moves to more modern premises at Regus Oxford Point from 31 st January 2021. The continued success, as well as new requirements for...

Stamp Duty Holiday: If we don't make the day, you don't pay!

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Last Updated: 3rd March 2021 As the current deadline on the government’s Stamp Duty Holiday draws closer, Dutton Gregory look to radical and innovative new ways to help their clients’ complete on their property purchase in time for the...

A Message From Our Property Team - November 2020

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The property market is facing unprecedented change . Many businesses are looking to reduce or repurpose their commercial office space, and the residential market is growing at an exponential rate, with added measures such as the Stamp Duty Holiday...

Dutton Gregory consolidates Hampshire locations with closure of Southampton office

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As the lease of Dutton Gregory's Southampton office comes to an end, the local firm are seizing the opportunity to utilise its innovative IT infrastructure and flexible working arrangements and, as a result, will be closing its central...

Dutton Gregory welcomes two new Equity Partners

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Local law firm Dutton Gregory celebrates the appointment of two new Equity Partners, Head of Litigation, Andrew Witt , and   Head of Residential Property, Paul Sams. With both Partners joining the firm in recent years, staff, clients and friends...

5 Lockdown Questions With Gareth Anwyl - Hamptons International in Winchester

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Dutton Gregory's  Head of Conveyancing Paul Sams  hosts " 5 Lockdown Questions With "! In light of recent events, Paul speaks to industry experts across the South to find out how they are handling the lockdown, both...

Coronavirus and conveyancing: Selling your house after lockdown

Nicky Marsh
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The housing market is vital to the economy and I think we can all agree that the sooner it can safely be back on its feet, the better. I’ve had many conversations with colleagues, clients and contacts the past few weeks and I remain confident that the...

5 Lockdown Questions With Ritchie Clapson - PropertyCEO

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Dutton Gregory's  Head of Conveyancing Paul Sams  hosts " 5 Lockdown Questions With "! In light of recent events, Paul speaks to industry experts across the South to find out how they are handling the lockdown, both...

5 Lockdown Questions With Daniel Glass - Personal Training For Everyday Living

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Dutton Gregory's Head of Conveyancing Paul Sams hosts " 5 Lockdown Questions With "! In light of recent events, Paul speaks to industry experts across the South to find out how they are handling the lockdown, both personally and...

6 reasons why the property market will bounce back stronger

Daniel Szasz
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It’s safe to say that the lockdown restrictions have been challenging for us all. We’re all wondering what day it is, adjust to a new way of living and working, and many of us have experienced the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on our work....

Commercial landlords and tenants: what do we do once the lockdown ends?

Denise Bull
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With the government confirming today (16 th April) that the lockdown restrictions will continue for at least another three weeks, it is still uncertain as to when and how this situation will be resolved. For most properties, the exact solution will be...

Commercial Litigation Update: advice for directors and business owners during coronavirus

Andrew Witt
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As we approach the end of the 4th week of lockdown within the UK, it is an opportune moment to review what steps company directors and/or business owner should have already taken and what they may expect in the coming few months. What should you do now? ...

Coronavirus FAQ - Furloughing

Mark Broad
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Furloughing is the latest focal point in employment law but what is it and what does it mean for both employers and employees? Partner and Head of Employment Mark Broad answers some of the most common questions around this topic. UPDATE...

Coronavirus - Options on non-payment of rent for commercial landlords

Claire Bunton
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Since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, the government has made a number of measures available for commercial tenants to assist them at this difficult time.  Such measures include the temporary abolition of business rates, the deferment of VAT...

Coronavirus - Should you agree a rent concession?

Rachel McNulty
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In these difficult times, many commercial tenants will be asking their landlord for a form of rent concession, whether that takes the form of a reduction, deferred rent, having a rent or service charge holiday or paying monthly As a landlord, it is entirely...

Coronavirus Act 2020: Section 82 - Business tenancies in England and Wales: protection from forfeiture etc

Denise Bull
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Few of us would have imagined even a few weeks ago that I would be writing an article with the title above. We live in strange times. The purpose of this article is to give some advice to commercial landlords and tenants about what the Coronavirus Act 2020...

Coronavirus - Permitted development rights for takeaway services

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On Tuesday 24 th March, the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) (Amendment) Order 2020 came into force, bringing into effect the Government’s announcement that restaurants and drinking establishments may temporarily...

Coronavirus - Landlord & Tenant Update (26th March)

Robert Bolwell
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It’s been another challenging week for agents, landlords and just about everyone in the lettings industry . Late on Wednesday, the government’s emergency legislation passed into law, when the royal assent was given to the Coronavirus Act...

Coronavirus - Advice for Commercial Landlords & Tenants

Denise Bull
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COVID-19 is changing the face of the legal workplace. Lawyers and their clients are going to have to adapt rapidly. What does this mean for commercial landlords and tenants ? All the advice and guidance we have seen so far relates to the residential...

Coronavirus - Possession Claims Explained

Ryan Heaven
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The Government have stated their intention to protect tenants during the coronavirus outbreak by stopping any new possession claims from being issued at court. At the time of writing (Monday 23 rd March), the final wording of this legislation has not been...

Coronavirus - Your Landlord & Tenant Questions Answered

Robert Bolwell
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We are now over a week into the official coronavirus pandemic and the pressure on managing agents is increasing exponentially from all quarters. Last updated: 20/03/2020 Despite the pronouncements by Boris in recent days, there is still no clear...

Dutton Gregory Supports New Community Initiative

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In light of recent events, there has never been a more crucial time for communities to join together and offer help and support to those affected. As such, we are thrilled to announce our partnership with award-winning digital enterprise aDoddle ...

Dutton Gregory strengthens Litigation team with new Partner announcement

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Dutton Gregory is pleased to announce the appointment of Adrian Griffiths as Partner. Adrian first began his legal career at Dutton Gregory, training and qualifying as a solicitor in 2004. He now returns after working with firms in London and Reading. ...

Dutton Gregory Strengthens Poole Presence

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We are thrilled to announce the recent move of Residential Conveyancing expert Helen Phillips to our Poole office, adding to our strong reputation in the property market. Helen is a Senior Associate & Chartered Legal Executive, with a wealth...

New Partnership With Dorset's Largest Bowls Club

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Dolphin Indoor Bowls Club , one of the largest bowls clubs in the UK, have partnered with Dutton Gregory Solicitors as their new Club Sponsor for the next 3 years. The club hosts over 1000 members, and is a fantastic meeting point for those of all...

Looking ahead to 2020's housing market

Paul Sams
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Dutton Gregory Partner and property expert Paul Sams shares his thoughts on what 2020 will bring for the housing market and the difficulties that may lie ahead for industry professionals. “Personally I am cautiously optimistic for 2020.  We have...

Head of Personal Injury Wins National Award

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Emma Menzies , head of our award-winning Personal Injury team , has been awarded the title of " Defendant Lawyer of the Year " at the National Personal Injury Awards . Emma was praised as a “ model professional ", and the...

Dutton Gregory Ready To Get Back On Board At Southampton Sailing Week!

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Southampton Sailing Week 2020 will have the same Property and Legal Cup Sponsors as the 2019 event as Dutton Gregory are set to return. The leading solicitors, who operate out of six offices across the country including Southampton, Winchester and...

£57,938 raised by Propertymark team in aid of homlessness

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Over 100 Propertymark agents and supporters, including Dutton Gregory Senior Partner Robert Bolwell, took part in a charity sleep out to raise £57,938 to support homeless young people in the UK. On the 21 st November, a team of over 100 individuals,...

Associate Solicitor, Helen Clarkson, announced as Chair of Young Resolution Hampshire

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Local fast-growing law firm Dutton Gregory Solicitors is delighted to announce Associate Solicitor, Helen Clarkson, as the new Chair of Young Resolution Hampshire. Resolution is a nationwide community of family justice professionals who commit to working...

Regional Law Firm becomes Finalist for National Awards

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Dutton Gregory Solicitors , a growing regional practice offering legal expertise across Dorset and Hampshire, has become a finalist for four separate categories at this years’ Personal Injury Awards 2019. The Personal Injury Awards are...

Commercial Service Charge: what do you need to consider?

Rachel McNulty
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Generally, service charge provisions in a lease are only required where the lease is for part of a building or part of a large estate (i.e. industrial estate, shopping centre, business park). During the initial lease negotiations between a landlord and...

MOVING HOME? BE PREPARED

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MOVING HOME? BE PREPARED Moving house is often classified as one of life’s most stressful events, with a recent poll ( Yopa, 2019 ) voting a move to be more nerve-wracking than getting a divorce, with 60% of people admitting they were put off...

Dutton Gregory Solicitors Achieves Another Record Win for Clients

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This month our Clinical Negligence team settled a case for their client, a 12 year old boy, for £12.86 million . Suffering from dystonic four-limb cerebral palsy and developmental delay, our client requires constant care and the use of a wheelchair...

Recognition in top legal rankings for regional law firm Dutton Gregory

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Dutton Gregory is celebrating after several of its departments and many of its leading individuals throughout Hampshire and Dorset were recognised in the Legal 500 Directory 2019.  The Legal 500 series analyses the capabilities of law firms worldwide...

Double celebrations for Dutton Gregory at Hampshire Law Society Awards 2019

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Regional heavyweight law firm Dutton Gregory are delighted to announce they won two awards at the Hampshire Law Society Legal Awards 2019. The firm was awarded runner up for ‘Large Law Firm of the Year’ after a successful 12 months which saw the...

Is age really just a number?

Chris Hall
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Every now and again we are reminded of ancient laws that have never been repealed, some being fairly ridiculous and amusing!  For instance, an 1872 law that has never been repealed made it an offence for a pub landlord to allow drunkenness in their...

Recent developments in commercial property

Denise Bull
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The property industry comes across many changes and developments which are important to keep up with.  One of the most significant recent developments is the changes to the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) regime. It’s now necessary to file the tax...

Dutton Gregory climb on board as Property Cup sponsors for this year's Southampton Sailing Week Regatta

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Dutton Gregory has climbed on board for the Southampton Sailing Week event as this year’s Property Cup title sponsor. Dutton Gregory is one of the fastest growing law firms in the South, with offices throughout Hampshire and Dorset. For over 75...

Dutton Gregory sponsor South Coast Business Awards 2019

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Dutton Gregory are delighted to sponsor this year’s South Coast Business Awards, celebrating business excellence across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Organised by the Daily Echo, in conjunction with Business South and Destination Southampton,...

Dutton Gregory Solicitors Win at the Dorset Legal Awards 2019

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Dutton Gregory Solicitors Win at the Dorset Legal Awards 2019 Building on last year’s success as Dorset’s “ Personal Injury/Clinical Negligence Team of the Year 2018 ”, Dutton Gregory Solicitors are delighted to announce they won...

Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018

Chris Hall
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It took more than 3 years but the Private Members Bill introduced by the Labour MP Karen Buck has received Royal Assent and has become the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018.  It will come into force on 20 March 2019. The new Act will amend...

Beware of Service of Notice by Email

Chris Hall
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It is no secret that, in most cases, the law takes some time to catch up with real life.  Perhaps it is because the politicians tasked with proposing legislation are reactive rather than pro-active.  Perhaps it is because our law has a long history...

Dutton Gregory awarded membership of the Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners

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Regional heavyweight law firm Dutton Gregory has been awarded membership of the Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners (ALEP) following the recent growth and successes the firm has seen within its leasehold property services. ALEP is...

New appointments strengthens Dutton Gregory's Residential Property offering in Southampton

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One of the fastest growing law firms in the South, Dutton Gregory, is strengthening its residential conveyancing service in Southampton. Following the success of the firm’s merger with Page Gulliford & Gregory in April 2018, Dutton Gregory...

Another success for Dutton Gregory's Family team

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As solicitors advising families often find, divorce and child contact disputes are an extremely emotional and complex issue for all involved. These cases can become very stressful and worrying for everyone, as the Family team at regional law firm Dutton...

Residential Property Update for Dorset

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At the frontline of housing in the Dorset area, our experienced Residential team have been busy over the last few months supporting local residents to buy and sell their property. Notoriously a slow period for property movement, the summer months...

Dorset 2018 Venus Awards Finalists Announcement

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Tough decisions were made as Dorset 2018 Venus Awards sponsor Dutton Gregory revealed their finalist for the Small Business of the Year award. At a splendid afternoon tea hosted at Marsham Court Hotel on 26th September 2018, more than 100 guests from the...

BSA Spitfire Wins 2018 Poole Dream Machines Bike of the Year

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Last Tuesday (25 September) saw the final Poole Dream Machines event of 2018, where just one Bike of the Night was crowned Bike of the Year. A genuine 1960 650cc BSA Spitfire Scrambler was the winner of Poole's final Dream Machines. Chosen by...

Looking into Litigation: a company dispute case study

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Commercial Litigation Solicitor Victoria Whelan provides experienced insight into the types of company dispute cases undertaken by Dutton Gregory.  This case study of a shareholder and partner robbed of company assets demonstrates...

Dutton Gregory sponsors Southampton Property Show 2018

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Regional heavyweight law firm, Dutton Gregory are proud sponsors of this year’s Southampton Property Show, taking place at Southampton Harbour Hotel on Thursday 13th September. As Southampton’s largest property investment, business and...

Commercial Property Update for Dorset

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It's been a busy summer for our Commercial Property team, with no sign of business slowing any time soon. Based in both Bournemouth and Poole and offering expert advice across the county, Dutton Gregory Solicitors are at the forefront of the real estate...

A Timely Reminder?

Robert Bolwell
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Last month saw the acclaimed crime drama Unforgotten return to our Sunday evening TV screens, keeping the nation enthralled by another “who done it”. This third series followed an established format – a body is discovered long after death...

Dutton Gregory scores with their latest local community sponsorship

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Dutton Gregory is delighted to announce their sponsorship of Southampton-based Chamberlayne Athletic Football Club. Consisting of 5 adult teams and 9 youth teams, the Football Club are gearing up to the start of the season with their Annual Tournament...

Dutton Gregory Builds On Its Property Team In Hampshire

Paul Sams
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Regional heavyweight law firm, Dutton Gregory, has expanded its Residential Property department with four new members of staff joining the team based in Chandler’s Ford. This latest growth will enable the firm to continue delivering first-class...

Dutton Gregory Prepare To Defend Their Title At TheYachtMarket.com Regatta Property Cup

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Dutton Gregory dust off their sailing gear as they prepare to retain their Champion title at the TheYachtMarket.com Regatta Property Cup. The sailing regatta is set to run alongside the UK’s biggest Boat Show, it has been announced this week. Last...

Poole Quay Dream Machines - Bike of the Night 19 June 2018

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Congratulations to Steve Trawley from Chandler's Ford who won the weekly 'Bike of the Night' competition on Poole Quay last night.   Nearly 700 riders came down on a gorgeous summer evening to Poole Dream Machines motorcycle event last...

Poole Dream Machines Bike of the Night 15 May 2018

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A warm Summer evening on Poole Quay saw the largest gathering of motorcycles this year enjoying the Poole Dream Machines motorcycle event with more than 900 on show. The popular weekly event, sponsored by Dutton Gregory Solicitors , is organised and...

Dutton Gregory Strengthens Its Southampton Presence

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Regional heavyweight law firm, Dutton Gregory, continues its expansion plans with a merger with Page Gulliford & Gregory, a long established law firm based in Cumberland Place, Southampton. The merger builds on Dutton Gregory’s recognised position...

Dutton Gregory New Sponsor of 'Dream Machines' on Poole Quay

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Dutton Gregory, solicitors, has been unveiled as the new sponsor of ‘Dream Machines 2018,’ a bike meeting which takes place on Poole Quay every Tuesday evening from 6pm between April and the end of September. After 6pm on a Tuesday, the Quay is...

Dutton Gregory Wins Top Title at Dorset Legal Awards 2018

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Dutton Gregory is delighted to announce that it was awarded the title of “Personal Injury / Clinical Negligence Team of the Year” at the final of the first ever Dorset Legal Awards 2018, held at the Bournemouth International Centre at the end of...

A Meeting of Two Minds for Bournemouth Law Firms

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Dutton Gregory’s growth plans in Dorset continue with a merger with Turners solicitors, which took effect from the beginning of April 2018. The staff from Turners moved into the offices of Dutton Gregory (located at 3 Poole Road,...

Winners announced of the Venus Awards Dorset 2017

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Now in its eighth year in Dorset the Venus Awards goes from strength-to-strength in discovering and recognising the talents of enterprising women in our midst. The Awards ceremony, held at the Bournemouth International Centre, was hosted by Tara Howard,...

Recognition for regional heavyweight, Dutton Gregory, in Legal 500

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Dutton Gregory is celebrating after several of its departments and many of its leading individuals throughout Hampshire and Dorset were recognised in the Legal 500 Directory 2017.  The firm topped Tier 1 in the “employment law” category for...

Finalists announced

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The Hallmark Hotel in Bournemouth hosted this year’s Finalist’s Announcement of the Dorset Venus Awards on Friday 8 th  September 2017, where Dutton Gregory announced the three lucky finalists in their category; Small Business. Over 100...

Venus Awards Dorset - Dutton Gregory Semi-Finalists announced

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Mercedes Benz in Poole hosted this year’s Semi Finalist Announcement of the Dorset Venus Awards on Monday 17 th July 2017 where Dutton Gregory announced the five lucky finalists in their category; Small Business. Congratulations to Dutton...

Further Acquisition for Dutton Gregory in Dorset

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Major regional law firm, Dutton Gregory, has strengthened its presence further with the acquisition of Dorset and Yorkshire firm, Needhams Solicitors . Dutton Gregory’s impressive Clinical Negligence Department, based in Bournemouth, has welcomed the...

Dutton Gregory Welcomes Three New Equity Partners

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It’s all about ‘girl power’ this month at regional law firm, Dutton Gregory, as it promotes three new female equity partners from 1 July 2017. Denise Bull (Commercial Property), Emma Menzies (Head of Personal Injury) and Gina Peters ...

Dutton Gregory celebrates the opening of their new office!

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Dutton Gregory celebrates the opening of new offices in Chandler's Ford! Last week Dutton Gregory, solicitors, celebrated its continued success and growth by inviting their neighbours and the local business community to take a look at their new offices...

Cauda Equina Syndrome

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Cauda Equina – which the Latin Scholars amongst you will know translates to   “horse’s tail” - describes the appearance of the nerve roots coming out at the bottom end of the spinal cord. Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES) relates...

Dutton Gregory wins the double at Hampshire Law Society awards!

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Dutton Gregory is ecstatic to announce that Victoria Whelan was awarded the winner of the Junior Lawyer of the Year. In addition Dutton Gregory also was the recipient of the runner up prize of the Hampshire Law Society's 'Large Law Firm of the...