The court has ordered Lancashire County Council to pay legal costs in a landmark case in which our clients were found to have had their human rights breached. In the original caseLancashire County Council were found liable for the ‘degrading treatment’ suffered by two brothers (A and S) whilst in their care.
Farleys has announced the appointment of a new equity Partner, Daniel Draper. Daniel joins as the firm’s 16th equity Partner and will be based in our Manchester city centre office.
The family law team at Farleys has been nominated for Family Law Firm of the Year at the forthcoming national Family Law awards.
For over three years, Farleys’ have offered fixed-fee arrangements to their Family law clients in order to help them to resolve difficult family law problems without any hidden or unexpected costs to bear. The positive feedback received confirms that this approach to each client’s specific difficulties has met with favour. Over the years there has [...]
Farleys has been raising money in style for Rosemere, by hosting a fashion-themed fundraising event at renowned Rawtenstall clothing boutique Sunday Best.