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Carers Rights Day - 'Know your Rights'
: Today we are marking Carers Rights Day. The national awareness day aims to ensure carers are aware of their rights and know where they can access help and support, as well as helping to h...
Carers Rights Day 2020 - Employment Law
: Today as part of Carers Rights Day 2020, Fosters will be joining organisations across the UK in raising awareness and understanding of the rights of unpaid carers and the support services available...
Join our Wills, Trusts and Probate Team
: The following opportunity has arisen to join our Wills, Trusts and Probate team here at Fosters Solicitors. SOLICITOR/FILEX - WILLS, TRUSTS & PROBATE Full-Time, Lowestof...
BREXIT: Implications for GDPR
: On the 30th January 2020 the Information Commissioner's Office said it is "business as usual for data protection" during the Brexit transition period starting the following day and runnin...
Supreme Court Ruling to Impact Inquest Conclusions
: The Supreme Court has handed down judgment in the case of R (Maughan) v Her Majesty's Senior Coroner for Oxfordshire, the consequences of which will have a big impact on families and practitioners ...
David Gabell ranked as an 'Associate to Watch'
: We are delighted to confirm that Fosters' Associate David Gabell has been ranked in the latest Chambers and Partners listings. David is noted as an 'Associate to watch' within the catego...
National Lockdown Restrictions: Fosters Update
: In light of the new Government national lockdown measures we want to reassure you that all of our practice areas remain open and available to provide legal advice and support at this time. ...
Fosters Trainees Awarded Their Qualifications
: Everyone at Fosters would like to congratulate our colleagues Anne Saunderson, Katy Dickinson and Luke Gower on the wonderful news that they have qualified as solicitors. ...