Essential Business Documents – The Shareholder Agreement

Essential Business Documents – The Shareholder Agreement
Often disregarded and kicked into the long grass, a well drafted shareholder agreement could save you from a nasty company dispute. Even if you are working with family or friends (sometimes especially if you are), this document will outline the 'rules' so that you all know where you stand and don't jeopardise relationships and the company. 1  ...
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Beware of the Cold Caller Recruiter!

Beware of the Cold Caller Recruiter!
With personal data being freely available to all, many of us have had the experience of a cold call or email trying to sell a product or service. Businesses are also targeted. In this article we examine a case against a cold calling recruitment agency that used data obtained from online CV libraries to make unsolicited contact with our client about...
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To Pay Notice or to Pay Less Notice, that is the Question!

To Pay Notice or to Pay Less Notice, that is the Question!
For those of you that work on construction projects, you may not be aware that, in recent years, Pay Notices and Pay Less Notices have been at the forefront of a number of high profile construction cases. The Housing Grants Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (as amended) ( "the 1996 Act") have set the way for how adjudicators and courts will de...
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In debt, indebted, or just want to know how to get your money?

In Debt, Indebted, or Just Want to Know How to Get Your Money?
A new Pre-Action Action Protocol for Debt Claims (the Debt Protocol) came into force on 1st October 2017. Subject to certain exceptions, the Protocol applies to any business, including sole traders and public bodies, claiming payment of a debt from an individual (including a sole trader).The Protocol does not apply though to business-to-business de...
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Commercial Litigation FAQs - The Basics

Commercial Litigation FAQs - The Basics
Commercial litigation is considered to be a broad area of law, encompassing many types of disputes that relate to businesses and the issues that can arise within them. We run through the most frequently asked questions relating to commercial litigation, and when exactly to instruct expert legal support. Commercial litigation is an ever-expanding fi...
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Unexplained Wealth Orders Explained

Unexplained Wealth Orders Explained
Unexplained wealth orders (UWOs) were introduced by Section 1 of the Criminal Finances Act 2017 and came in to effect on 31 January 2018. They were introduced as a mechanism to investigate and confiscate the proceeds of crime by using civil, rather than the traditional criminal powers available to investigate suspicious assets which are thought to ...
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