Winckworth Sherwood

A law firm with a view



Winckworth Sherwood provides a wide range of legal services to a diverse range of businesses, not for profit organisations and private individuals. The firm has evolved over two centuries through our relationships with key clients and the particular skills and interests of our lawyers. As a result, we have organised ourselves into teams that service core areas. Our vision is to lead in the sectors that we serve. We are far from static; we recognise changes in the market and react to the needs of our clients by adding appropriate legal services to our offering. Client care is at the heart of what we do. There is a universal desire and drive to provide practice excellence across the firm. We are based in London Bridge, on the river and just next to the buzz of Borough Market and the South Bank. We hope that this website gives you a good understanding of our firm. We welcome feedback in our continued effort to improve and respond to client requirements.



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The Death Taboo

Death is one of the few certainties in life, yet discussions about it, particularly when it comes to inheritance, are all too few.


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The Budget: termination payments to cost employers more

Currently, no National Insurance contributions (NICs) are payable on payments made to employees in connection with the termination of...

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A new dawn for whistleblowers in financial services?

The FCA’s new Senior Managers’ Regime came into force this week. Naturally, the press has focused on the requirement for banks to map...

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Rebels threaten to derail Sunday Trading bill

Last month, the Government published its findings following the consultation on whether to devolve the power to extend Sunday trading...

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Employer trials menstruation leave

An employer in Bristol, Coexist, has decided to offer all female employees 'period leave' in order to foster a more productive workplace.

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Will the new National Living Wage encourage discrimination?

The new National Living Wage ("NLW"), due to come into force this April, will impose a premium of 50p on the hourly wage of those aged 25...

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The dangers of social media

As family lawyers we are all witnessing the dangers of social media when feuding couples seek to take revenge by posting, stalking,...

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