Commercial law firm Brabners acted for The National Football Museum (NFM) in their recent deal with GG Hospitality, which is co-owned by the Manchester United legends Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs, to take over the dining, hospitality and event management at the museum from 1 October 2016.
Commercial law firm Brabners has expanded its healthcare practice with the appointment of senior associate, Nicola Lomas, to capitalise on the high levels of commercial activity in the dental market.
Nicola, who has more than 10 years’ experience advising a national client base, from sole practitioners to large multi-site corporates, has been recruited from Goodman Grant, where she held the role of director.
Commercial law firm Brabners has advised an innovative Liverpool business which has developed digital advertising boards for the city’s black taxis on a £80k investment by Merseyside Special Investment Fund (MSIF).
Open Messenger has been developed by local entrepreneur Mike Smith who is based at the Baltic Triangle.
The digital messenger boards allow advertisers to tailor their promotional messages on Hackney taxis to real-time conditions, such as local weather, location and time.
On 24th November 2015, the European Commission set out the new minimum financial thresholds for contracts caught by the application of EU public procurement law. The new thresholds apply from 1st January 2016 and will remain fixed for the next two years.
The Consumer Rights Act 2015 (the 2015 Act) comes into force on 1 October 2015. This new piece of replaces, enhances and updates the current patchwork regime of consumer rights.
Commercial law firm Brabners has announced the promotion of three Partners, six Senior Associates and four Associates across the firm.
Adrian Rogers (Corporate), Richard Hough (Commercial) and Leanne Murray (Real Estate) have all joined the partnership; Leanne has also been appointed as Head of Residential Development.
Corporate lawyer Adrian Rogers qualified with the firm in 2004 and has extensive experience in MBOs, MBIs, acquisitions, disposals, venture capital, corporate insolvency and corporate reorganisations.
Leading North West law firm Brabners has advised Lowe Riser Pod Limited and Lowe Engineering (Steel Construction) Limited in reaching a satisfactory and amicable settlement of a patent dispute.
The patent dispute involved a product called a Lowe Riser Pod, which is a pod/cover assembly which protects against falls in riser shafts in multi-storey buildings under construction.
North West law firm Brabners has made up one Partner, five Senior Associates and two Associates in its annual round of promotions.
International Festival for Business (IFB) delegates will have the opportunity to hear the expert views of some of the leading lawyers from the intellectual property sector when Brabners’ conference, Going Global - Managing and Protecting Intellectual Property Online, takes place in Liverpool this month.