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May 2015

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    Hewitsons Appoints First Female Senior Partner

    Hewitsons has announced that Clare Colacicchi is to take on the role of Senior Partner from Charles Hewitson. Charles will provide continued support to the new senior team.



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    How Independent Is Your Expert?

    Evidence which consists of a witness’ opinion is generally inadmissible in court proceedings.

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    Who Will Look After You?

    With Mental Health Awareness Week last week (11th to 17th May) and Dementia Awareness Week starting this week (17th to 23rd May), Bernadette O’Reilly, a partner at Hewitsons, explains why it’s sensible to put plans in place now should the worst happen in the future.

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    Implied Term For Satisfactory Quality In Contract For Hire

    It’s important to remember that a contract usually does not only include the terms which it expressly sets out. It may also contain terms implied into it, including under statute. Depending on the type of contract, there could be an implied term that goods or materials supplied are of satisfactory quality or that services will be supplied with reasonable skill and care.

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    Cambridge News Education Awards 2015

    Hewitsons is delighted to be sponsoring the inaugural Cambridge News Education Awards and in particular the Award for ''Contribution to the Local Community', something very close to our hearts. For more information on these awards and how to nominate, visit the Cambridge News website.

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    Chariots Of Fire 2015

    Today is the official launch of Chariots of Fire 2015 and this year all sponsorship monies raised from the charitable relay race will go to this year’s official charity East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

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    Hewitsons Walks For Justice In Northampton

    Hewitsons’ Managing Partner Colin Jones and the firm’s Head of Litigation and Under Sheriff of Northamptonshire Dominic Hopkins stepped out with High Court Judges, Circuit Judges and staff and students of Northampton University in support of the Midland Legal Support Trust (MLST) on the first Legal Walk arranged for Northampton.