Published by Stephanie Simon (05 August 2018)
Leading law firm Taylor Walton LLP continue their sponsorship of Luton Foodbank, which will see thousands of food parcels distributed to those in need in the area across the year.
In addition to a substantial annual financial donation to the charity, the firm is also offering practical support, with volunteers attending the centre to assist with food assessment, packing and storage.
A team of 11 attende
Taylor Walton is thrilled to congratulate partner, Ben Twitchen, as the new Head of its highly reputable family law team following the retirement of Aileen Hartnett this summer.
Aileen has led the department from strength to strength in recent years, and handed the mantle to Ben who joined the firm in 2010 and became a partner with the firm in 2012. Ben specialises in advising and assisting on issues ari
For the past 15 years we have been dedicated to supporting the local schools in Harpenden with Herts for Learning (in partnership with Harpenden Lions Club). Through their Life Skills programme we have contributed towards raising an impressive £250,000 for local schools.
The funds raised are used to help young children acquire the vital skills they need to help manage their lives and become
Taylor Walton is delighted to be celebrating the success of its Apprentices.
Derri Nelson has completed the Level 5 HR Apprenticeship and passed the professional CIPD Level 5 Applied Diploma in HR. Niamh Moore has passed the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives – Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Property Law and is continuing with her studies so that she will qualify as a Legal Executive
Taylor Walton’s commercial litigation team are delighted to report our successful representation of Redbourn Group Ltd (Redbourn Group Ltd v Fairgate Development Ltd EWHC 1223 (TCC)), in a case that highlights the importance of appointing a solicitor who will act swiftly and decisively, and who can prepare comprehensive evidence and clear instructions. Taylor Walton’s proactive approach en
Leading regional law firm Taylor Walton set out their stall at the Harpenden Carnival on 10 June, with the goal of raising funds for their long-standing charity partners Rennie Grove Hospice Care and Keech Hospice Care.
The team went to town with a coconut shy, complete with a raft of prizes to tempt carnival goers to part company with their pounds for charity.
Participants were treated to balloons an