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Coffin Mew is a large, innovative and responsive law firm based in Portsmouth, Southampton, Brighton and Gosport. We also have an office in London. This commitment to quality has been recognised by independent sources through The Law Society’s Quality Practice mark ‘Lexcel’. As an integral part of the community and business network, the firm has a heritage that stretches back over a century. During this time it has been the legal partner for many locally and nationally based organisations and individuals. Nowadays Coffin Mew is one of the larger regional firms on the south coast with 20 Partners and a total of over 130 personnel. Our teams of specialists reflect the ever-changing world we live in by responding to the direct needs of our clients - reacting promptly to provide practical support and solutions to any legal issues. We are subject to the rules and principles of the Solicitors Regulation Authority governing solicitors' conduct - see the on-line code of conduct.

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Modern Slavery Act

Companies with turnover in excess of £36,000,000 per year must now actively ensure their supply chain is free of modern slave labour and...

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Spot The Silver Start Ups!

A different type of start up business owner?  It will be interesting to see how their approach might differ from their younger...

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An inside view with Heather Dobson

Thank you to Mike Grieshaber at MLG Associates for featuring me in his newsletter.

An inside view with Heather Dobson Courtesy of MLG Associates View external link Heather Dobson is a Senior Associate Solicitor...…

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Uber Legal Action

A group of Uber drivers are attempting to establish that they have employment rights rather than being self employed and have issued...

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Coffin Mew win Charity Award

Congratulations to my partner, Sue Bowler, and her team for their brilliant efforts supporting Naomi House and Jacksplace in their work...

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Global Entrepreneurship Week

I'll be attending a panel session hosted by Barclays Bank this evening at the Ordnance Survey, looking at the skills gap in Southampton...

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The Trunki and Kidee battle continues

The dispute about children’s novelty luggage continues in the

English courts. The case is about the design of Trunki suitcases made by a...

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Online but Out of Order

There is a tendency for some social media commentators to make exaggerated and indefensible claims about other people. But go too far,...

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Remember Betamax?

I didn't realise they were still making them! The real point to the story here is that particularly in tech -based businesses it is often...

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Big brands can't bully copycats

After a consultation, the Government has decided not to allow big brands to sue producers who use copycat packaging directly unless, as...

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HMRC v Munir and Others...

An interesting decision of Mr Justice Norris relating to preference payments by directors in the period leading up to a liquidation.

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