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Lashing rain and wind did nothing to dampen the spirits of walkers from Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, who braved the elements to raise money for the firm's annual charity.
Probate specialists at leading Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, are welcoming moves to protect consumers from unscrupulous and untrained will writers.
Introduction The Sheffield Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCI) require all electrical items within their premises to be PAT tested at regular intervals to comply with Health and Safety guidelines and are keen to open this opportunity up to the membership to tender for.
Arguably one of the most beautiful cars in the world: Jaguar's latest concept car, the C-X75, owes thanks for part of its utter desirability to Sheffield's specialist LED lighting company, Olmec Advanced Materials, which is responsible for the car's state of the art interior lighting.
Its enduring commitment to innovation has won world leading Gripple a second Queen's Award for Innovation - bringing the company's Queen's Awards haul to four! This time, the awards' spotlight fell on the company's success in challenging the traditional suspension of industrial services by utilising its iconic Gripple wire joiner and tensioner.
Rt Hon Nick Clegg Deputy Prime Minister officially opens the Hallam FC 1860 suite at Sandygate the Oldest Football Ground in the World.
While the cream of Great Britain's athletes are showing the world how good they are, the country's hand-picked innovations will be doing the same and the iconic Gripple will be one of them! The Gripple, the worldwide market leading wire joiner and tensioner made in Sheffield by Gripple Limited, has beaten off competition from hundreds of UK companies wanting to take part in the Make it in Great Britain exhibition.
Retirement Rules Clarified in Eagerly Awaited Case Increase in Discrimination Claims Now More Likely Whilst a judgment handed down today (25 April 2012) at the Supreme Court has left the door open for allowing businesses to set their own retirement age for staff it is only if the reasons for doing so meet both their own and public policy objectives.