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Our commercial and business solicitors regularly write about related legal news and topics and welcome your comments on our posts. If you would like more information on our services, please don't hesitate to get in touch on 0175 321 6399.

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Rent arrears - five top tips for residential landlords

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Following the festive period, tenants can often fall into rent arrears. Investing time at the start of the year to review your tenant’s rental payments can therefore help you identify issues at an early stage. This is exemplified by the...

Is your business owed money?

Kerrie Ainscough
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Cashflow is at the centre of any successful business. Invoicing early and chasing payment should help keep cashflow moving however sometimes your polite reminders just aren’t enough and the money you are owed isn’t forthcoming. Unpaid debts...

Protecting yourself as a charitable trustee

Louise Hebborn
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Following the recent decision by the insolvency service to bring disqualification proceedings against the former directors of children’s charity Keeping Kids Company, the conduct of charitable trustees is more pertinent than ever. Launching as a...

The Brexit Factor - Impact on commercial contracts

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Whilst the full and true effect of leaving the European Union is a much debated topic - and one still very uncertain - companies can still plan ahead to reduce the potential impacts. Market fluctuations, increase in material costs, changes in...

Importance of shareholders agreements

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A shareholders agreement is an agreement between the owners of private company that is limited by shares. The purpose of the document is to regulate various aspects of the ownership of the business, how the business is run and protects the owners on a day...

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming - Are you ready?

Stuart Crook
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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force in the UK on 25 May 2018. In short, the GDPR is a new law that significantly extends and strengthens the current law and regulatory regime in relation to data privacy and data...

The YouTube 'adpocalypse' and the need for website T&C's

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Whether it is a 20-minute video of the funniest cat moments, or a day in the life of a daily ‘vlogger’. For some YouTube channels and the people/companies behind them, advertisement revenue is their main source of income. Google’s...

Is anyone the right fit for Jimmy Choo?

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The high-end, footwear and baggage retailer Jimmy Choo, has notified the world that its business is up for sale. This ‘for sale’ sign on the British-listed company will without a doubt, grab the attention of its luxury-goods rivals. But...

Britain open for business

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‘Britain is open for businesses’ the words of Greg Clarke in the wake of the recent Peugeot takeover of Vauxhall and Opel. It seems that international big business mergers show no signs of slowing down. And the age old question remains - ‘...

Storm Doris: a weather bomb, a nationwide pandemic and a reminder to landlords

Louise Hebborn
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Storm Doris was named on the 21st February as warnings for wind, snow and rain were issued by the Met Office. Overnight and into the morning of the 23rd February, storm Doris underwent explosive cyclogenesis labelling it a ‘weather bomb’. The...

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