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  • Making the most of your copyright



    As a business owner, you may often create a variety of written or other original works. As the copyright owner, you are entitled to control the use of your works and exploit their value as commercial assets.

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  • Business sales and service transfers: when TUPE applies



    Transferring employees’ employment contracts will transfer across to the new business on substantially the same terms and conditions, and any dismissals made because of the transfer which do not have a genuine economic, technical or organisational reason entailing a change in the workforce will be viewed as automatically unfair by an employment tribunal. Given the risks, specialist legal advice should always be taken as Sarah Everton employment law expert with Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire explains.

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  • Product liability: managing the risks when launching a new product



    The financial and reputational damage that can flow from marketing, manufacturing or selling a defective product can be huge, and penalties may be just as serious in cases where you knew nothing of the fault before it arose. However, the risks can be dramatically reduced with the benefit of early legal advice as Dermot Callinan, commercial law expert with Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke on Trent explains.

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  • Business disputes: can they ever be avoided?



    Hannah Kennedy, commercial dispute resolution expert with Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke on Trent explains the four steps business owners can take to protect themselves.

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  • Customer insolvency: checklist for businesses



    In this article, Tim Newsome, commercial dispute resolution expert with Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke-on-Trent, provides a checklist for businesses faced with a customer struggling to pay their debts.

    Read More »
  • Making the most of your copyright



    As a business owner, you may often create a variety of written or other original works. As the copyright owner, you are entitled to control the use of your works and exploit their value as commercial assets.

    Read More »
  • Business sales and service transfers: when TUPE applies



    Transferring employees’ employment contracts will transfer across to the new business on substantially the same terms and conditions, and any dismissals made because of the transfer which do not have a genuine economic, technical or organisational reason entailing a change in the workforce will be viewed as automatically unfair by an employment tribunal. Given the risks, specialist legal advice should always be taken as Sarah Everton employment law expert with Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire explains.

    Read More »
  • Product liability: managing the risks when launching a new product



    The financial and reputational damage that can flow from marketing, manufacturing or selling a defective product can be huge, and penalties may be just as serious in cases where you knew nothing of the fault before it arose. However, the risks can be dramatically reduced with the benefit of early legal advice as Dermot Callinan, commercial law expert with Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke on Trent explains.

    Read More »
  • Business disputes: can they ever be avoided?



    Hannah Kennedy, commercial dispute resolution expert with Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke on Trent explains the four steps business owners can take to protect themselves.

    Read More »
  • Customer insolvency: checklist for businesses



    In this article, Tim Newsome, commercial dispute resolution expert with Myers & Co Solicitors in Stoke-on-Trent, provides a checklist for businesses faced with a customer struggling to pay their debts.

    Read More »