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Sheffield’s Taylor&Emmet LLP is inviting local businesses to a special breakfast seminar exploring the repercussions of the EU referendum on the property market.

The firm’s expert solicitors will be gathering professionals from across the city region to look at possible changes to property policy and legislation.

Held in the Adelphi Room at Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre on July 14, exactly three weeks after the historic vote, the seminar will be led by Taylor&Emmet’s James Parden, a litigation specialist with particular expertise in landlord and tenant disputes.

Fun loving fundraisers from Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, will be tackling the city’s most colourful obstacle course this weekend on behalf of annual charity, Support Dogs.

Three runners from the firm’s Arundel Gate office are lacing up their trainers in preparation for the Colour Obstacle Rush, held at Rother Valley Country Park on Saturday (June 25).

Personal injury specialist, John Green, marketing coordinator, Jenni Arundale and conveyancing legal secretary, Elsa Russell, are joining forces to support Taylor&Emmet’s annual charity. The team will face 20 diverse obstacles, ranging from giant slides, inflatables and sponge balls during the five kilometre course, whilst being doused in powder at eight colour stations.

Two solicitors from the Bakewell branch of Taylor&Emmet LLP are entering the history books by becoming the first women to take office in Derbyshire’s ancient Barmote Courts.

Suzanne Porter and Juanita Haigh have been appointed deputy stewards of the Wirksworth and Chatsworth Barmote Courts respectively, which handle lead mining matters.

The Taylor&Emmet solicitors will be responsible for swearing in a 12-strong jury of mining experts on behalf of the Barmote steward and former colleague, Michael Cockerton. The courts are still part of the English legal system and each meets once a year to protect the area’s mineral fields and the interests of the lead mineral owners, known as Lords of the Field, principally the Duchy of Lancaster and the Duke of Devonshire.

Property experts from Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, are inviting fellow industry professionals to a timely review of tax affecting the sector.

As part of its T&E Property Focus series, the firm is holding a Property Tax Seminar on April 7 to provide an update on changes to the levies affecting commercial and residential buildings.

The free breakfast event is taking place at The Crucible’s Adelphi Room and will feature guest speaker, David Robinson from Shorts Accountants, who will discuss tax on commercial premises, buy-to-let residential property and new stamp duty rules.

James Parden, Taylor&Emmet’s property litigation specialist, is hosting the event. He said: “The forthcoming changes to stamp duty have been relatively well publicised, but not everyone is clear on the finer details. In addition, the property sector is far less prepared for the introduction of other new tax laws that have received little media attention. We aim to inform and entertain colleagues from across the sector, bringing them up to speed on current legislation, whilst providing an opportunity to meet new contacts and share ideas.”

Staff from Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, have leant a paw to annual charity, Support Dogs, at this year’s Crufts.

The firm’s marketing team volunteered on the first day of the internationally renowned Kennel Club event to help raise awareness of Support Dogs’ work across the UK.

Taylor&Emmet’s Claire Fletcher and Jenni Arundale spent a day at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre manning the charity’s tombola, directing visitors wanting information to Support Dogs’ staff and bringing mascot, Murdoch, to life for fundraising photo opportunities.


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