News & Knowledge
Myton Law has acted for Whitby boat builder Parkol Marine Engineering to negotiate build contracts, worth in total over £5 million, for two new vessels just launched for sea trials.
Myton Law’s John Habergham has been invited to join a panel of speakers to explore ‘Covid-19 and Brexit – the impact on continuity of trade’, which is the focus of Hull & Humber Chamber’s next International Trade Centre webinar on Thursday, July 30.
The Directors have been closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments in the U.K., and in accordance with our Business Continuity Plan, the decision has been made for all Myton Law staff to work remotely from home from Tuesday 17 March, until further notice.
We are delighted to announce that Myton Law will be returning to exhibit at Multimodal.
Myton Law has advised rail freight company DCRail regarding the purchase and overhaul of four Class 60 locomotives.
Scott Yates was part of a delegation representing the Northern Powerhouse to one of Europe's leading offshore energy exhibitions and conferences.
Myton Law has been ranked as one of the best in the region for ‘Transport’ law by ‘The Legal 500 UK Solicitors’ 2020 guide.
We are delighted again to be able to open our office to the public for Heritage Open Days 2019.
Myton Law held a free prize draw during the three day Multimodal exhibition at the NEC in June.
We gave away a Hornby freight train set to lucky winner...
Amy Jackson and Jessica Mackenzie have joined Myton Law.