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June 22, 2022 0 Comments

Corporate and Commercial Law Starting and running a successful business can be extremely rewarding, but business owners can face many challenges. Seeking sound legal advice from the outset will ensure you have a

June 22, 2022 0 Comments

Like many others at this time of year, you may have decided to set yourself a new fitness goal, learn a new skill or quit a bad habit. However, have you considered the

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If 2022 means you have set your goals for growing or starting up a new business, there will be many exciting times ahead. You will likely have your mind focused on a business

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Coronavirus and commercial leases: What landlords and tenants need to know The COVID-19 pandemic has taken the world by storm resulting in the UK Government having to put regulations in place to help

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How do you solve a shareholder or director dispute? ‍ Seeking forgiveness is easier than seeking permission. True? Whilst this might be the case in some relationships, when it comes to disputes between directors

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A personal guarantee is a document which requires an individual, usually a director or partner in a business, to make a legally binding promise to repay credit provided to the business. This means

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At present the furlough scheme is set to end on 30 April 2021, but will it? With varying news reports abounding as to whether furlough might be extended and how long for, it

June 22, 2022 0 Comments

Legal documents are an integral part of any business and ensuring they are up-to-date and watertight can be the difference between success and failure. It’s important for every business owner to make sure

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The simplest definition of insolvency is when a company does not have the assets needed to pay its debts and discharge its liabilities. A cashflow insolvency means that a company is unable to

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March and April 2020 were difficult and complicated times for employers. Lockdown had been introduced and with it the rapidly formulated Job Retention Scheme (also known as Furlough). The implementation was so quick, that it