1. Movember 2017 – The Result

    It’s the 1st December, after a busy month of tash growing and fundraising the WBW Movember team are divided…Two members of the team were itching to get the razor out, whilst the remaining two have decided to keep their top lip warm for the remainder of the Winter. This month Damien Pedley, Ashley Bevans, David…

  2. Nutrition Labelling Laws – Do They Apply to Your Business?

    It’s fair to say that local food is big business. Farmer’s markets, farm shops, artisan pies, craft beers and local cheeses…all have experienced a surge in growth over the last ten years, no doubt helped along by social media spreading the word via Facebook and Twitter. So it’s tempting for an agricultural business to grab…

  3. WBW Solicitors Announce Change in Bovey Tracey Office

    Kim Hall of WBW Solicitors has recently moved her residential property expertise from Newton Abbot to Bovey Tracey, joining a well-established team. Rod Lewis, has moved to Newton Abbot to support the ever growing residential property team. We met with Kim to discuss her move and find out a bit more about her plans for…

  4. Help the WBW Tash Team Save Lives this Movember

    Our fathers, partners, brothers and friends face a health crisis that isn’t being talked about. Men are dying too young. We can’t afford to stay silent. That’s why we’re taking action… The Movember Foundation are the only charity tackling men’s health on a global scale, year round. They’re addressing some of the biggest health issues…

  5. WBW Solicitors – Corraline Health

    It’s not what you do it’s the way that you do it …. WBW Solicitors have been working with Coralline Health for many years, so what makes such a progressive and successful law firm make this choice? We catch up with WBW’s Managing Partner, Steve Bulman to find out. Solicitors all provide the same kind of…

  6. WBW Torquay Office Celebrates an Anniversary

    A year has passed since WBW moved into new offices in Union Street, Torquay. Relocation has proved a great success. As Torquay partner Richard Blair explains: “WBW is proud to be a “high street firm” located in the heart of Torquay. Our old offices were the site of a former bank building. They had had…

  7. WBW Case Study: Compensation for man left with serious injuries following a motorbike accident

    Our personal injury department negotiated a settlement for a motorcyclist after a collision caused by a careless driver. Mr Wall from Exeter was riding his motorbike in Exeter when a car driver to his left suddenly changed lanes directly into his path giving him no opportunity to take avoiding action. Mr Wall hit the back…

  8. Private Client Team Support Local Animal Charity

    WBW Solicitor’s Private Client department are delighted to have teamed up with local animal rescue charity, Animals in Distress, to offer their supporters 10% off writing a Will. Charities nationwide rely on the generosity of the public, one form of which can be to leave a gift within their Will, known as a legacy. We…

  9. Lasting Powers of Attorney – Why it’s vital to use a professional

    The need for professional advice when making and registering Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) has never been more important. Many people may have seen the recent comments by retired senior judge, Denzil Lush, which hit the headlines earlier in the week. There are many sad instances of when a LPA has been put in place…

  10. Employment tribunal fees ruled ‘unlawful’

    The Supreme Court has declared that the legislation that introduced Employment Tribunal fees is unlawful and must be quashed. Employment Tribunal Fees (tribunal fees) of up to £1,200 were introduced four years ago and had the effect of reducing claims issued in the Employment Tribunal by up to 70%. Unison, the public sector trade union,…

  11. Staff Profile: Emma Davey

    Here at WBW we value every one of our team members. Each member of staff has their own stories, motivations and reasons why they enjoy working for WBW. So we’ve decided to post a series of questions and answers with a staff member from one of our 6 offices. Today we talk to Emma Davey,…

  12. WBW in the Top 150 Businesses in Devon and Cornwall 2017

    We are pleased to announce that WBW Solicitors have been shortlisted in this year’s Top 150 Businesses in Devon and Cornwall, complied by the Western Morning News. The list is created on an annual basis and is ranked by the number of employees within an organisation. The data is taken from Companies House approximately 6-12…

  13. WBW Solicitors sponsor Ashburton Cricket Club

    WBW Solicitors are very proud to be supporting Ashburton Cricket Club for the first time this year. We are extremely happy to be associated with a club that is so focused on its future and growing to be such an integral part of the community. Ashburton First XI team are having a fantastic season, it…

  14. Deborah Ogle Retires After Almost 30 Years in the Legal Industry

    Deborah Ogle is to retire from WBW Solicitors on the 28th June 2017, after almost 30 years in the legal industry. Deborah joined Silverthorne Colthorpe in 1995, having qualified as a solicitor in 1987 after attending the University of Kent at Canterbury. She was made a partner in 1997 and joined WBW as a partner…