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Founded in 1927, Staffordshire solicitors Bowcock & Pursaill act for clients in Staffordshire and throughout the country. We have a reputation for specialising in tax planning, trusts, wealth management, residential, agricultural and commercial property, corporate and commercial services and provide all the other services you would expect from a modern, progressive law firm.

We provide practical and straightforward legal advice to private, public and commercial clients. We listen carefully to their needs and concerns and use this knowledge to provide the best advice for them.

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Our property team grows with two new appointments

We have strengthened our team with the appointment of two new residential property conveyancers.

Sam Tolley has joined the firm as a conveyancing executive specialising in residential and commercial property, having worked at a legal firm in Newcastle which focuses on new builds.

Originally from Birmingham, Sam came to the area to study law at Keele and he is now working towards his qualification as a chartered legal executive based at our office in Leek.

He said: “I’m really…

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New Year New Rules – GDPR and your business

May 25 2018 will mark a major divide in how businesses handle user data. This is because on this day, a new data protection bill, namely the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will take full effect.

While it may seem like another legal formality, it is anything but and it will still apply after Brexit.

What’s the story?

The new GDPR regulations will widen the definition of personal data. Any information relating to a person or data subject…

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09/01/2018

New Year New Rules – GDPR and your business

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19/12/2017

Our winter woollies raise a smile and money for charity

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22/11/2017

Our property team grows with two new appointments

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