Posts Tagged ‘Vertex Law’

Sparkling Legal Expertise

Chapel Down Group, the market leader in English wines, has raised more than £4.3 million as part of a major fundraising and financial restructuring project overseen by Vertex Law. The award-winning wine and beer producer, which is based in Tenterden, called on Vertex Law’s Commercial Team to manage a series of complex and interlinking transactions […]

Raise A Glass To Vertex Law’s Newest Recruit

Vertex Law has further strengthened its legal team with the appointment of Tilly Clarke. The 31-year-old solicitor, who lives in Boughton Monchelsea, has joined the Commercial Team, which provides practical and pragmatic support on a range of commercial issues. The Wine Society member, who specialised in commercial law in her previous role with a London […]

The fall of Paris: a lesson in social media for employers and employees

The recent resignation of Britain’s first Youth Police Commissioner (YPC) provides important lessons in social media and recruitment for both employers and employees, writes Kayleigh Leonie, a solicitor in the Employment Team at Vertex Law. Paris Brown, 17, ended her six-day tenure as Kent YPC – a £15,000-a-year, taxpayer-funded role with the remit of representing […]

Vertex To Cash In On Former Banker’s Advice

Vertex Law is set to benefit from the expertise of one of the most respected members of Kent’s business community. Paul Saunders is working with the Kings Hill corporate and commercial legal specialists as a strategic adviser focusing on marketing and business development. A former Senior Partner of Clydesdale Bank in Kent – and before […]

No Disputing Talent Of Vertex Law’s New Recruit

Vertex Law has bolstered its Dispute Resolution Team with the appointment of William Charlesworth, a solicitor with a track record in representing international clients. William, who lives in Tunbridge Wells, will advise clients in respect of all types of commercial dispute, ranging from debt and asset recovery to complex commercial disputes. William has a range […]

Pay attention to paperwork to avoid court costs

Making sure a business’ standard terms are incorporated within signed agreements, are up to date and clearly printed on all key trading documents – plus good record keeping – could help businesses avoid expensive court cases, according to Kent legal specialists Vertex Law. The Kings Hill-based team is issuing the advice following a recent High […]

Vertex Boosts Employment Team

Vertex Law’s employment team has been further boosted by the arrival of one of Kent’s most experienced legal specialists. Jonathan Simmons has joined the Kings Hill law firm as Head of the Employment Team having held anumber of senior positions with other legal practices in the county. A former President of the Kent Law Society […]

Social Networking – Are You Protecting Your Business?

While the rapid rise in the use of social media in recent years has given companies both a fantastic platform to promote their products and services and widen their business networks, it has also presented employers with a legal minefield to navigate, writes Erica Dennett, employment solicitor at Kings Hill-based Vertex Law. Social media can […]

City Lawyer Joins Vertex Law

Vertex Law has appointed experienced lawyer Craig Bowers to its industry-leading commercial team. Craig, 37, from Tunbridge Wells, will lead the Kings Hill-based firm’s specialist commercial team, which provides practical and pragmatic support on all commercial issues. The married father of two, who boasts more than 10 years of experience as a commercial lawyer in […]

Vertex Law Says Tribunal Fee System May Not Pay Off

Government plans to pass the cost of employment tribunals from the taxpayer to the claimant may do little to reduce the number of weak claims, according to Vertex Law. Following a lengthy consultation on how to reform the process, a two-tier fee system is due to be introduced. Straightforward claims, such as unlawful deductions, notice […]