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We are looking to recruit a Commercial Property Solicitor to work alongside a personable and friendly supervising partner. Glenville Walker and Partners Limited is a specialist boutique law firm in Liverpool formed over 3 years ago by two high level partners from a large full-service commercial law firm. We have grown rapidly as a firm and are now four partners with supporting teams all with strong skills in Intellectual Property/Commercial Law and Commercial Property/Development. The firms culture A friendly, collaborative and fun environment is...

Are you a mid to senior level corporate lawyer superhero looking for a refreshing new challenge? Why not apply with your CV today? Glenville Walker and Partners Limited is a specialist/boutique law firm formed over two and a half years ago by two high level partners from a large full services commercial law firm. We have grown rapidly as a firm and are now four partners with supporting teams all with strong skills in Intellectual Property/Commercial Law and Commercial Property/Development. We are...

Do you need a couple of Anadin and a darkened room right now when it comes to GDPR compliance within your business? Do you feel as lost in all the do's and don'ts of GDPR, as you do in choosing the most recent health food craze? With all the 'Fake News' surrounding the recently introduced GDPR legislation and dare we say, its relationship to the ever-changing maize of Brexit, we cannot blame you! All the 'Opt In' and 'Opt Out' spam may...

Joanne Shelley, Head of Intellectual Property at Glenville Walker and Partners, explains the benefits of an IP audit. Do you own it? Can you use it? Are you making the most of it? Will people pay to use it? Intellectual Property allows businesses and individuals to own the work they create arising out of their innovation. All businesses own or use intellectual property, from your business and products names and logos, the contents of your website and social media campaigns, to the...

In a perhaps surprising move, a February 2017 report from the Ministry of Justice has called for certain criminals to be given the chance to plead guilty. In a week when people have been woken up by their Amazon’s Alexa devices laughing to itself, a justice system run by computers may seem almost like the Matrix. Fortunately, although this may sound like an episode of Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror, the proposal isn’t quite as outlandish as it may sound. The report...