Leicestershire Small Law Firm of the Year 2018

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Why Josiah Hincks

We are Solicitors in Leicester who provide excellent service and quality advice.

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Local Solicitors, National Quality

We are local Solicitors in Leicester with 5 offices across the County, but we also act for clients nationwide.

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Our experts are specialist, experienced solicitors and executives.

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A fantastic, growing, dynamic firm of solicitors in Leicester who strive to maintain our reputation for excellent service and specialist advice.

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  • Howlett Clarke LLP Solicitors go into Administration – how Josiah Hincks are helping

    Howlett Clarke LLP, a well established solicitors firm in Brighton, has ceased to trade. They operated under the brand name Quality Solicitors Howlett Clarke. Christopher David Stevens and Colin Ian Vickers were appointed Joint Administrators on 22 February 2019.  Upon appointment, the joint administrators secured the sale of Howlett Clarke’s live cases and assets to

    March 14, 2019
  • Government Consults on Tighter Rules for NDAs

    Confidentiality clauses have a right and proper place in the employment context. They can be used primarily in two ways – either as part of an employment contract, where there is a need to protect business secrets for example, or as part of a settlement agreement, in order to allow both sides in an employment

    March 13, 2019
  • Planning Inspector’s Rejection of Housing Project ‘Inconsistent’, Court Rules

    Consistency is the mark of good official decision-making and that is particularly so in the context of planning decisions. The High Court made that point in breathing new life into a proposal to build 135 new homes on the outskirts of a market town. The local authority had refused to grant planning permission for the

    March 13, 2019
  • Fair Competition Is One Thing, Procuring Breaches of Contract is Another

    Fair competition is one thing, but procuring a rival’s clients to breach their contracts is quite another. The High Court made that point in ordering a software company to withdraw from its trading relationship with a clothing retailer. The company had a similar business model to a competitor, both of them providing, amongst other things,

    March 13, 2019

our offices

Leicester Office

  • The Manse
    22 De Montfort Street
    Leicester
    LE1 7GB
  • 0116 255 1811

Blaby Office

  • Blaby Business Centre
    33 Leicester Road
    Blaby
    LE8 4GR
  • 0116 264 3430

Syston Office

  • 1255 Melton Road
    Syston
    Leicester
    LE7 2JT
  • 0116 3440210

Harborough Office

  • 41 High Street
    Market Harborough
    Leicestershire
    LE16 7NL
  • 01858 462 462

Coalville Office

  • 39-41 Belvoir Road
    Coalville
    Leicestershire
    LE67 3GR
  • 01530 835 041