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Life and career rarely go to plan. Breakthroughs happen on the ragged edge when things aren't quite going as expected. Self-aware people learn from those trials. What I Wish I Knew podcast hosts Mike Irwin and Simon Daw explore lessons learned by everyone, including athletes, creators, entrepreneurs, leaders, writers, and difference makers. They have three things in common: none are perfect, all are humble, and they've learned a few things along the way. In What I Wish I Knew, they share tho ...
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To mark Armed Forces Day, our military injury partner and former Army Lawyer, Andrew Buckham, hosted a special edition of the Irwin Mitchell Podcast. We were pleased to welcome a panel of specialists, including James Cameron of Mission Motorsport, Rob Kelly from Bootnecks in2 Business, and Tony Radford of The Royal Marines Charity. They shared insi…
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Dementia is prevalent and the number of people living with dementia is projected to reach 78 million by 2030 and 139 million by 2050. Consequently, knowing what to do and who you can turn to, when supporting someone living with dementia, is vital now more than ever. Our host and Lifestyle & Estate Planning expert, Stewart Stretton-Hill, is joined b…
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In our latest podcast we're talking family disputes and the divorce process. Whether you're halfway through, figuring out your finances, or coming to the end of the process, you want to surround yourself with a team that can support you. Family law expert Zahra Pabani, is joined Rhiannon Ford, a Divorce Consultant and Coach, John Cunliffe from our …
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How people lose their limbs can make a big difference to the availability of rehabilitation services, but according to our panel, one aspect that always seems to be under resourced is mental health. Studies show that 30-40% of amputees suffer mental health difficulties following surgery yet support with mental health is not provided as standard. Ch…
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There’s no ‘one size fits all’ approach to divorce, and each separation will take a different path, but how do you decide the best approach to take? When a marriage comes to an end, every choice can feel overwhelming, particularly if children are involved. Whether it's mediation or court, knowing the options that are available to you from the outse…
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In the run up to Valentine's Day, Family law expert Zahra Pabani is joined by a panel of guests to talk everything love, marriage and money. Along with Marie Kilgallen from our family law team, Zahra also welcomes Rachel Maclynn, Founder and CEO of matchmaking agency the Vida Consultancy, and Sophie Foxton, a wedding planner from Gorcott Hall in Wa…
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To mark World Cancer Day, our International Serious Injury partner Cheryl Palmer-Hughes explores what happened at Camp LeJeune between 1953 and 1987 and the recent changes in legislation that now allow for claims to be brought. She’s joined by Andrew Buckham, our military injury partner, Mike Doyle, partner at US law firm Doyle Dennis LLP, and Joe …
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Our client Lindsey Dawson always wanted to have children. But failure to correctly interpret her smear test result, leading to her developing cervical cancer, meant she had to make difficult decisions about her fertility before she had time to fully process the reality of her situation. After a legal investigation into her care, Lindsey and her hus…
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Join our financial planning experts Edward Tomlinson, Head of the Financial Planning team, and Lewis Giaramita, Head of Investments, as they provide an insight into the past 12 months in the investment markets, and what this means for the next year. The information given and opinions expressed are subject to change and should not be interpreted as …
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Family disputes can be complex and difficult especially when dealing with the impact on children and financial arrangements. But mediation can be a very effective way to resolve disputes amicably. Our Family law expert, Zahra Pabani, is joined by our family mediator and ex-BBC broadcaster, Joanna Gosling and our family lawyers Anna Chenoweth and Va…
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In this episode, our residential property expert, Jeremy Raj, welcomes National Trading Standards Estate & Letting Agency (NTSELAT) Policy and Information Manager, Emma Cooke, and the chair of the Home Buying and Selling Group, Kate Faulkner OBE. Following the recent release of parts B and C to the material information rules, our specialist panel a…
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Expectations of how offices should look and operate have changed significantly over the past few years. Along with the shift in working patterns brought about by COVID, ESG is now driving decisions in relation to the offices market and how offices are used. In this podcast, Senior Associate Clare Davitt is joined by Eamon Fox, Head of Yorkshire Off…
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From dealing with a dispute over a loved one’s estate to going through the process of contesting a Will, our panel of experts sit down to discuss the importance of our counselling and coaching service. In this episode of the Irwin Mitchell Podcast, host and family law Partner, Zahra Pabani is joined by Client Counsellor, Vicky Lambert, Associate So…
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We can all experience grief in many ways, and the support you need will be different for someone else. But an important part of starting to move forward with your grief, is knowing where to go and who you can turn to. Our host and workplace illness expert Hayley Hill is joined by our client Andrew Plant who sadly lost his father to mesothelioma, Ja…
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From optimising supply chains to revolutionising trend predictions and enhancing the customer experience, artificial intelligence can be a real asset to the fashion industry. But what impact does AI have? And why should organisations continue to have open conversations and embrace it? Our experts look at both the benefits and risks.…
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Meningitis can be life-changing, even if it’s diagnosed and treated correctly. But if there’s a delay in spotting the signs and symptoms, the effects can be devastating. To mark World Meningitis Day, our medical negligence expert, Ania Bean, hosts our latest podcast to discuss the critical importance of early diagnosis. She is joined by our client,…
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Receiving a diagnosis like mesothelioma is devastating. The right support, the right treatment, and a positive outlook all have a part to play in living with this life-limiting disease. Our host and workplace illness expert Ian Toft is joined by our client Ron Snaith, who was diagnosed with mesothelioma in 2018, Michaela Morris, our Client Support …
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Family Law Expert, Zahra Pabani hosts our latest podcast discussing everything you need to know about Pensions. Bringing together experts across Irwin Mitchell, from our estate planning, family, financial planning and tax teams, we answer the most common queries from our clients. So whether you already have a pension set up, or you're not sure when…
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The cost of cyber crimes is expected to top £9.3 trillion by 2025. And education institutions aren’t exempt. Around 88% have reported a breach or attack in the last year. Our cyber experts Graham Thomson and Joanne Bone discuss the impact of cyber crimes, how organisations can minimise risk, the benefits of being secure and more.…
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You’ve built a business you’re proud of and watched your company grow. Now, your hard work can look after you and your loved ones. In our latest podcast our host and business expert, Faye Bargery, is joined by Helen Clarke and Yousafa Hazara from our Lifetime and Estate Planning team, and Sarah Balfour from our Family team to discuss the tools you …
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“Sustainability can seem so big, it’s like trying to run five marathons at once. What we need to do is break it down.” When it comes to Net Zero, there’s some hesitancy from the manufacturing sector. A recent survey by Lloyds Bank found that 87% of manufacturers knew what net zero meant for their business. However, nearly 80% of the respondents sai…
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With the current shortage of skilled labour, how can your business use diversity and inclusion to boost its reputation and become more attractive to hard-to-recruit talent? In our latest episode, our host Joanne Moseley is joined by our Head of Consumer Goods and Services Charlotte Rees-John and Head of HR at PPG Industries, Steph Evans-Hill. They …
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In 1967, permission was granted for 401 dwellings in Snowdonia National Park. Several other planning permissions were subsequently granted for different parts of the overall site. All but two of them have been implemented. Answering an appeal from Hillside Parks Ltd, the question the Supreme Court faced was: could the original planning permission s…
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We've seen a noticeable rise in probate disputes over the past year, but what's behind the increase, and what can you do to avoid future disputes? In our latest podcast, our experts take a look back at the past couple of years, and the effect this is having on the number of disputes. More importantly, they offer their advice on the actions you can …
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