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A Harrogate law firm has hired three new solicitors to its team.
LCF Law, which is based on Station Parade, has appointed newly qualified Anisha Kaur, Ennah Hussain and Jemma Hobson to the company.
Ms Hussein completed her training at a high street law firm before joining LCF Law, while Ms Hobson and Ms Kaur completed in-house training contracts.
Neil Shaw, partner and head of personal law at LCF Law, said:
“We make things as straightforward as possible and achieve the best possible outcome for our clients. We also value our team and support them with their progression, so we are delighted that Anisha and Jemma have qualified as solicitors after completing their training with us.
“It’s also a pleasure to welcome Ennah to our 21 strong personal law team and we look forward to advising even more clients across Harrogate and beyond.”
Praise for Mobile Tornado after emergency storm response
Communications company Mobile Tornado have been praised for their role in the evacuation of vulnerable people and pets from their flooded homes.
The Harrogate-based global company supplies push-to-talk over cellular solutions to organisations that depend on fast, robust and reliable communications between individuals and large groups.
It donated licences for its technologies to Search and Rescue Lincolnshire, helping efforts to locate people cut off by floods during last month’s Storm Babet.
Paul Woodman, chief executive at Search and Rescue Lincolnshire, said:
“Mobile Tornado has been absolutely invaluable for emergency teams to stay in touch. We are able to see the location of our volunteers, communicate with them in an instant and record everything we do across a wide area.
“Previously, we relied on legacy radio systems which had a limited range and were restricted to line of sight. Mobile Tornado enables us to have county-wide communications without having to purchase very expensive radio equipment. For strategic, intergroup and long-distance communications, it is absolutely great.”
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