by David Phelan January-03-2019 in Banking & Financial Services, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Property, Commercial & Business, Corporate, Employment Law, Regulatory & Administrative Law, Brexit

As we near the end of another year, I take this opportunity to thank you on behalf of all of us here at Hayes solicitors for your continued support throughout 2018.

It has been another busy and exciting year for the firm, starting in January with the announcement of Ken Casey as Head of our new Corporate Law Department, and with many promotions and new recruits across the year since then. That is only possible because of your support and the trust you place in the firm and we are very appreciative.

In this edition of our newsletter, we update you with a number of topical issues and insights which we hope will be relevant to you and your business.

Please get in touch if you have any queries in connection with any of these issues, if there is anything else with which you think we can help with, or if there is any feedback you would like to give to us about the firm.

In the meantime, every best wish for a happy and peaceful Christmas and new year, and best wishes for 2019.

David Phelan
Managing Partner


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