Team England signs for Halebury following hat trick of senior hires

Posted on February 11, 2013

Halebury, the alternative law firm that acts for some of the biggest names in business and sport, has added three more heavyweight solicitors to its team, one of whom is bringing the England Football Team as a client. The firm is also expanding its management board amid plans to double in size this year. Joining […]

Janvi Patel Honoured With 2013 Enterprising Women Of The Year Award

Posted on February 6, 2013

Halebury director and co-founder Janvi Patel has received the Enterprising Women of the Year award for 2013 from Enterprising Women magazine. This award honours women business owners who have demonstrated that they have fast-growth businesses, mentor or actively support other women and girls involved in entrepreneurship, and stand out as leaders in their communities. Many […]

Raj Koria comments on new FIFA sponsorship strategy

Posted on January 28, 2013

Raj Koria talks to Sports Marketing Frontiers about FIFA’s new sponsorship strategy. FIFA dices with regional risk – Halebury

Ilana Swimer provides advice on what areas employers should consider updating in staff handbooks

Posted on January 25, 2013

Are you up to date for 2013?  Businesses should check and amend contracts of employment and staff handbooks to reflect employment law developments from 2012. Holiday and sickness Employees who do not take all their annual leave because of long-term sickness are entitled to carry forward their unused holiday into the following year and receive […]

Janvi Patel listed in first ever Power Part Time list

Posted on November 22, 2012

Timewise Foundation has launched the first ever Power Part Time list and Halebury is delighted to announce its Chairwoman and Co-Founder, Janvi Patel was included on the list. The Power Part Time list is a roll call of 50 top business people proved that it is possible to work part time without ‘trading down’ your skills.  […]

Marissa Jones finds herself in Law and More's Hot Seat this week

Posted on November 13, 2012

Where did you study Law? At a number of places: Cardiff University; Passau University, Germany; Charles University, Prague; and the Chester College of Law. What is your favourite law? The Law of England and Wales. What is your least favourite law? Can I say Sod’s Law? What are your favourite qualities in a colleague? Integrity. And a good sense […]

The Games are over – what now for the Olympic sports?

Posted on October 26, 2012

How to maintain & develop relationships with broadcasters & sponsors You represent the national governing body of a non-mainstream sport in the UK; your athletes have just achieved unprecedented success at London 2012, perhaps unexpected success; your sport has been propelled into the consciousness of the British public in a way that it never has […]

Raj Koria is this week’s subject to The Lawyer’s Work Life Quiz

Posted on October 15, 2012

What was your first ever job? When at school, one summer I worked as a postman in Birmingham. What was your worst experience as a trainee? I really enjoyed my training, but my most disappointing experience was my only shot at advocacy. I had to make a fairly routine application, but I prepared well and […]