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National law firm Stone King LLP has been shortlisted in the Large Law Firm of the Year category of the Law Society’s Excellence Awards 2018.
The firm is one of 10 to be shortlisted in this category. Award winners will be chosen by a panel of expert judges and announced on 17 October 2018 at a ceremony in Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane, London.
Stone King is delighted to announce that Julian Blake, formerly joint head of Charity and Social Enterprises at Bates Wells Braithwaite, and commercial property lawyer Caroline Taylor, formerly partner at Michelmores LLP, have joined the national law firm as partners. The firm has also made five new partner promotions across the business.
After more than four decades with Stone King, having been instrumental in its growth and prosperity, Michael King is bidding a fond farewell and retiring from the national law firm.
Michael has led Stone King’s Charity & Social Enterprise Group, been Senior Partner and Chairman and been instrumental in driving the firm’s growth in London, having established its first office there in 1990.
National law firm Stone King is pleased to announce it is relocating to larger premises in Leeds to accommodate ongoing growth. On 23 March 2018, the firm is moving into almost 1,200 sq ft of office space at 1 City Square in central Leeds, from its current base in Aire Street.
On 8 March 2018 individuals, organisations and groups across the world are marking International Women’s Day to celebrate women’s achievements and continue to push for gender parity. This year’s theme is #PressforProgress.
National law firm Stone King is pleased to announce it has taken new premises in central Bath to accommodate ongoing growth. In February 2018, the firm is moving its Bath-based employees and partners into premises on the second floor at Upper Borough Court, Upper Borough Walls. The firm also has offices in Leeds, London, Cambridge and Birmingham.
- Guidance regarding an administrator’s conduct
The High Court has provided useful guidance regarding an administrator’s conduct in selling assets by auction causing unfair harm to the interests of creditors or members.
In accordance with paragraph 74 of schedule B1 to the Insolvency Act 1986 a creditor or member of a company in administration may make an application to court claiming that the administrator is acting or has acted in a way that has unfairly harmed the interests of the applicant.