Wills and Probate Solicitor Attends International Conference After Scholarship Win.

Helen Citron, a solicitor in Osbornes’ Private Client department, was awarded a scholarship by the International Bar Association to attend their annual conference in Washington DC in September 2016. The scholarship was awarded to Helen by the IBA’s Private Client and Individual Tax Committee after submitting an essay focussing on the proposed changes to the

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Inquest finds that medical negligence failings led to man’s death

On Tuesday 13th September 2016, Chelmsford coroner’s court recorded a narrative verdict and found that serious medical failings led to the death Gary Page, 54, at his home in Essex. In February 2016, Mr Page called for an ambulance after experiencing chest and arm pains. A private ambulance, working for the NHS trust arrived and

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Osbornes Ranked As A Leading Law Firm in London

London law firm, Osbornes Solicitors has once again been ranked as a recommended London law firm in the 2016 edition of the independent legal directory ‘The Legal 500’. The family law department, which has featured in the directory for a number of years, was again ranked in the 2016 edition as a leading family law

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Expert Fertility Lawyer at Osbornes Represents Parents after Fertility Clinic Mistake

Judgement was handed down today by Lord Justice Munby, president of the Family Division of The High Court in [2016] EWHC 2273 (Fam). The case involved granting a declaration of parentage following mistakes made by a fertility clinic, operating under the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008. The applicant, who was represented by specialist fertility

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Leading London Adoption Lawyer Launches Intercountry Adoption Booklet

Naomi Angell launches booklet “Intercountry Adoption in the English Courts” at a conference at the Intercountry Adoption Centre on medical and legal aspects of intercountry adoption. Naomi Angell, renowned adoption lawyer and head of adoption at Osbornes Solicitors launched a booklet “Intercountry Adoption in the English Courts” that she has written, explaining the court process for adoptions with an

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Success for Family and Children Law Department at Osbornes in the Family Court, High Court and Supreme Court

Below is a brief summary of the cases reported on in June 2016 where lawyers in the family and children department at Osbornes have acted for clients. A, L and R (Children), Re [2016] EWFC B40 (3 May 2016) Her Honour Judge Mayer made an interim care order to remove a child from the mother because she consistently

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Win tickets to the opera

Osbornes is proud to once again be supporting the NSPCC Islington theatre performance. La Bohème will be playing at The King’s Head Theatre in Upper Street from the 31 August until 8th October 2016. A special performance on 15th September will be dedicated to the NSPCC Islington Branch fundraiser. Jan Atkinson, Head of Wills, Probate and

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Leading experts go head to head at Osbornes Brexit Debate

Leading figures from the political, business and academic world went head to head in front of an audience of 150 members of the public at Osbornes Solicitors Brexit Debate. Answering audience questions for over 90 minutes were Peter Lilley MP and Bernard Jenkin MP, who were both arguing why Britain should leave the EU. Both

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Osbornes win in the UK Supreme Court

Osbornes Solicitors have successfully represented their client in the UK Supreme Court  The issue in the case concerned the application of the scheme provided by the Brussels II Revised Regulation for the recognition and registration for enforcement in one Member State of judgments as to parental responsibility made in another Member State. The mother of

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Osbornes secures £2.6 million pound settlement for paralysed clinical negligence claimant

In April 2016 Osbornes secured damages of £2.6m for a 76 year old man who sustained a spinal haematoma and subsequent cauda equina spinal cord injury after his recovery from a routine surgical procedure went badly wrong. The claimant was left unable to walk due to the untimely administration of an anticoagulant causing bleeding within

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