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  • Company options if a director breaches their statutory duties



    Company directors are subject to a range of statutory duties geared at protecting the interests of shareholders and corporate creditors. Breaches happen frequently, sometimes deliberately and sometimes through an innocent mistake or failure to appreciate that it is not just executive and non-executive directors who are bound by the rules but also shadow and de facto directors who call the shots from the sidelines.

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  • Selling your company – handle warranties with care



    If you are selling your company - you will need a great deal of legal support especially regarding warranties - this can be time well spent if it avoids future claims and the legal expenses of a dispute. Dermot Callinan explains.

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  • Beware employment law pitfalls when using agency workers



    The rights of agency workers have been under considerable government scrutiny recently, and changes are on the horizon that will affect any business which uses a temp agency. Sarah Everton outlines the current employment rights for agency workers’, how you can reduce risks to your business and the future changes expected in 2020.

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  • Understanding the insurance provisions in your lease



    If a property is damaged, a landlord should get legal advice promptly on the insurance position, so they know exactly what they need to do and how long they have to do it. Commercial property solicitor Richard Morgan outlines the implications.

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  • Don’t let your digital assets end up in a digital grave



    Most people today have a digital presence such as a social media profile, a supermarket shopping account, an online bank account - even cryptocurrency, valuable blog or vlog. Stephen Myers advises making a will to protect your digital assets – particularly those with financial or sentimental value.

    Read More »
  • Company options if a director breaches their statutory duties



    Company directors are subject to a range of statutory duties geared at protecting the interests of shareholders and corporate creditors. Breaches happen frequently, sometimes deliberately and sometimes through an innocent mistake or failure to appreciate that it is not just executive and non-executive directors who are bound by the rules but also shadow and de facto directors who call the shots from the sidelines.

    Read More »
  • Selling your company – handle warranties with care



    If you are selling your company - you will need a great deal of legal support especially regarding warranties - this can be time well spent if it avoids future claims and the legal expenses of a dispute. Dermot Callinan explains.

    Read More »
  • Beware employment law pitfalls when using agency workers



    The rights of agency workers have been under considerable government scrutiny recently, and changes are on the horizon that will affect any business which uses a temp agency. Sarah Everton outlines the current employment rights for agency workers’, how you can reduce risks to your business and the future changes expected in 2020.

    Read More »
  • Understanding the insurance provisions in your lease



    If a property is damaged, a landlord should get legal advice promptly on the insurance position, so they know exactly what they need to do and how long they have to do it. Commercial property solicitor Richard Morgan outlines the implications.

    Read More »
  • Don’t let your digital assets end up in a digital grave



    Most people today have a digital presence such as a social media profile, a supermarket shopping account, an online bank account - even cryptocurrency, valuable blog or vlog. Stephen Myers advises making a will to protect your digital assets – particularly those with financial or sentimental value.

    Read More »