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Milners Solicitors Welcomes Legal 500 Heavyweight.

We’re delighted to welcome Mark Hilton to the team at Milners. Mark has been advising on construction issues for over 30 years, primarily in relation to contentious matters but

Supreme Court Turns Tide Against Insurers

COVID Business interruption claims And so following the city’s heavyweight lawyers brawling through the courts ( with Messrs Herbert Smith for the Financial Conduct Authority or FCA, Simmons and

COVID 19 – A Second Wave.

COVID 19 – A Second Wave?  According to the Academy of Medical Sciences a week or so ago, “ the UK must prepare now for a potential new wave

Coronavirus – Black Lives Matter

As the true impact of the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic continues to be realised, so does the severe impact on BAME communities – further evidence that Black Lives Matter.  

Thank you to all NHS and Key Workers from Milners.

Milners Solicitors is offering 25% off all legal fees to NHS and Key Workers for any new instructions received on or after the 22nd May 2020 until further notice.

How to survive a pandemic article featured by Pest Control News

Milners Senior Partner, Giles Ward, sees his latest article on advising businesses how to take steps to survive the COVID-19 pandemic featured in the latest issue of Pest Contol

Inevitable inquiry gains further coverage in UK media

Ben Harrison – Head of Public Law at Milners featured in the Yorkshire Post with his thoughts on the potential for a public inquiry into the handling of Coronavirus

Minister of the Inquiry responds to letter sent to Prime Minister

Following Sam Stein QC and Milners Ben Harrisons letter to the Prime Minister – Boris Johnson in 2019, read the response from the Minister of the Inquiry – Penny

Coronavirus: A Necessary Public Inquiry

  In the first of our articles, we discussed how a public inquiry into the Government’s response to coronavirus seemed inevitable. https://milnerslaw.com/uk-coronavirus-potential-for-inquiry/ In this article, we set out why a