The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that an employer was within their rights to read a worker’s personal instant messenger chats that were sent whilst he was at work.
Treetops’ Christmas cards get thumbs up from Palmers
Palmers has continued its relationship with and support for Treetops School in Grays by once again working with the school on its Christmas card competition.
Staff at Essex-based Palmers Solicitors have proved that they’re a close knit team and donned their favourite festive fashion howlers for National Christmas Jumper Day.
Palmers makes its mark on The Legal 500
Essex-based law firm Palmers has been recognised for its wide-ranging expertise in the UK Legal 500.
Palmers to celebrate talent of Treetops School
The Palmers Christmas Card Competition has been running for more than 18 years and this year we are once again working with the Treetops School in Grays.
Palmers to hold charity carol concert
On Thursday 17 December, Essex-based solicitors Palmers will be holding their Christmas carol concert.
Sharland and Gohil win Supreme Court battle
Two women who claimed to have been misled by their ex-husbands and that they should receive more money in their divorce settlements have won their Supreme Court fight.
Law firm Partner to present education award
Palmers Solicitors is proud to announce that Partner Carey Jacobs has been chosen to judge a category of the Thurrock Education Awards.
The importance of an LPA
Many people know about the importance of appointing an attorney to handle their personal finances, but the need for a Business Lasting Power of Attorney, or LPA, is often overlooked.