Congratulations to the British Grooms Association on industry recognition

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We would like to congratulate our client, the British Grooms Association, on being crowned finalist of the prestigious Sir Colin Spedding Award 2018, at the 2018 National Equine Forum (NEF). The BGA was shortlisted for the award for its contribution to the equestrian industry and singlehandedly raising the awareness of the importance of legal and good employment practices in the equestrian industry. … Read More

Another new union client for Morrish Solicitors

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Morrish Solicitors are pleased to announce that they will be providing personal injury legal services to the Society of Union Employees (SUE) and its members. SUE is a union that acts for members employed by Unison, one of the UK’s largest trade unions. Laura Nabozny, Partner at Morrish Solicitors said: “we are delighted to be working with the Society of … Read More

Injured singer wins damages

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An Equity member has received a significant settlement following an accident on stage. The performer was injured when part of a spotlight hit his head during rehearsals. Although the responsibility for the accident was clear, the case became difficult because of a dispute over damages. The performer suffered post-concussion symptoms, developed long-term headaches and facial pain. This pain could be … Read More

New legal services partnership for Morrish Solicitors and Musicians’ Union

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Morrish Solicitors are pleased to announce that they have secured a contract with the Musicians’ Union to provide legal services on employment rights issues to the union and its members. Founded in 1893, the Musicians’ Union is one of the UK’s oldest and best respected independent ‘craft’ trade unions, with over 30,000 members working in all sectors of the British music industry. … Read More