News & Articles

Debt Recovery

Research shows that more and more businesses are prepared to take legal action to recover outstanding debts.

Personal Guarantees

It is common for business owners to be asked by the bank to provide a personal guarantee for loans incurred by their business. But is it appropriate for your business?

Employment – Case Law Update

Our Employment team bring you their regular update of recent decisions in employment law cases…

Buying a property jointly

When you are contemplating buying a property with someone else there are various factors you should consider

Companies Act 2006

Implementation of the final tranche of the most broad-ranging reform of company law in over 20 years takes effect from 1st October 2009

Economic Climate

A recent survey shows that the UK’s entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well.

National Minimum Wage

Employers who fail to pay the minimum wage face an automatic penalty of between £100 and £5,000

Paternity Leave

The current economic situation has led the Government to postpone plans to allow fathers to claim up to 6 months paternity leave

Phoenix from the Ashes?

With more and more companies being forced to consider insolvency procedures, creditors have become increasingly concerned by the widespread practice of ‘pre-pack’ administration.

Intellectual Property

Financial cost and a lack of awareness are the two main barriers small businesses face when dealing with intellectual property.