Pears Maudsley Centre Project – cross sector collaboration to deliver a world class healthcare facility
We delivered all legal support on the Pears Maudsley Centre project, from funding, completion of contractual arrangements to construction. It is an exceptional example of joint working between the NHS and the education and charity sectors.
Capsticks’ healthcare team strengthens support for NHS and primary care clients
We welcomed our new Partners Mark Jarvis and Kirsty Macdonald this week. They are renowned primary care and NHS specialists, assisting providers, commissioners, GPs and dentists. Read our press release for more details on how they can support you.
Capsticks’ housing and regeneration team welcomes new members in North and South
Capsticks’ housing and regeneration team significantly expanded in 2021. The Chorley and Winchester offices have welcomed five new fee earners since November. Read more on how they can help your organisation.
Capsticks’ HR Advisory team supports leading NHS mental health and learning disabilities trust
Capsticks’ HR Advisory team has been appointed as Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust’s (CNTW) sole advisor in HR and employee relations work from January 2022 until at least 2025. Read more in our press release.
Capsticks celebrates two new partners in the housing and clinical claims teams
We develop talent at all levels and recognise exceptional work across the firm. Following on from 82 promotions earlier this year, two of our associates became partners this month: Suzanne Smith, Housing and Regeneration, and Dominic Ip, Clinical Claims.
Capsticks welcomes new paralegal apprentices in third year of successful programme
Capsticks has recruited five new paralegal apprentices in the third year since launching the programme. With its varied learning format and accessibility, the programme offers an alternative route to law and greater diversity in law firms.
Paul McFarlane contributes article on improving racial diversity in the workplace to Safety Management magazine
Employers and various governments have known for some time that the UK needs to improve when it comes to having a more diverse workforce. Paul McFarlance comments in an article for Safety Management magazine.
22 members of our team celebrate significant milestones with Capsticks
We’re incredibly proud to recognise that 22 people from the team at Capsticks have reached significant long-service milestones with us since last September. Capsticks would not be the firm it is without their hard work, kindness and dedication.
Nine new trainees from Capsticks' internal team of paralegals begin their training contracts
It’s really important to celebrate success. Congratulations to our nine new trainees who started their training contracts on 1 September after a lot of hard work and dedication.
Capsticks places People First, Doing the Right Thing and Forward Thinking at the heart of five-year strategy
Capsticks has launched a refreshed strategy and set of values defining the firm’s purpose and vision from now until 2025. The overall aim is to be “the firm of choice for those who work to make a difference”. Read more in our press release.
‘Kind, funny, thoughtful, warm and decent’ John Witt
We are very sorry to have to announce the sad loss of John Witt at the weekend.
Capsticks advises Tonic on the acquisition of first LGBT+ affirmative affordable residential community
Capsticks has advised Tonic Housing on the acquisition of 19 shared ownership apartments, which are to be developed into the first LGBT+ affirmative affordable residential community in the UK that is aimed at retired people.