How to Find a Perfect Lawyer for Your Business

July 8, 2023

Contribution from an author in the legal sector explaining how you can find the perfect lawyer for your business:- As a new business owner, you probably find yourself often wondering: What’s next? You are always trying to determine what your next step should be… Well, when you are considering who should be next in your list […]

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Importance of Writing a Will Whilst Owning a Business

January 16, 2023

As a business owner, you must be aware that’s it is inevitable you will need to leave your business one way or another. Whether it’s because you’ve retired, passed away, or are handing it down to an heir, there are special plans you should have in place for every eventuality. If you don’t have solid […]

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Law Firm Nath Solicitors offering Fixed Fee Commercial Contract Reviews for Small Businesses in these Uncertain Times

December 4, 2022

In these uncertain times, it’s important for all businesses, small or large, to ensure that their commercial contracts are watertight. Without an experienced commercial lawyer, small companies usually don’t have the legal knowledge, skill or resource to protect themselves. Without properly drafted and negotiated commercial contracts, small businesses could be leaving themselves open to financial […]

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A Note on Contract Automation and Legal Technology

January 8, 2022

Editorial Note: This article originally appeared on and is the property of  Colin S. Levy is Manager, Contract Negotiations for Pearson Education. In-House Counsel as well as lawyers in general these days appear to fall into three groups when it comes to the use of technology. Not all groups are the same size, […]

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7 Contract Risks Keeping Your Legal Team Busy

September 16, 2021

There’s a reason why lawyers are so expensive: they protect clients from risks, especially financial dangers. Corporate lawyers are no different to their companies. Legal teams within any industry, large or small, are in charge of identifying risks and finding ways to reduce them. Risks can lead to lost revenue and fines When it comes […]

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No Deal Brexit – How it Could Affect Your Business (Including Legal Insights)

September 12, 2019

With further uncertainty on the horizon regarding the UK’s departure from the EU, it remains extremely difficult to tell whether Brexit will be completed with or without a deal. With the focus of our media and politicians recently seeing a substantial shift towards “no deal”, it’s important to understand what this possible eventuality may mean […]

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Understanding UK Business Rates: A Guide

February 14, 2019

Business rates are charged on most commercial or non-domestic properties such as shops, offices, factories, pubs and even holiday home rentals. Just as you pay council tax on your home, businesses must also pay rates for their premises. Most businesses will be required to pay bills in ten equal payments throughout the year, just like […]

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The Criminal Finances Act 2017 – What Directors Need To Know

April 26, 2018

The Criminal Finances Act (the Act) 2017[1] received its Royal Assent in April and came into force 30th September 2017  Comprising of four parts, the aim of the Act is to provide a hostile environment for corporate criminal activities and make it easier for government agencies to police money laundering, corruption, tax evasion and terrorist […]

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The Increasing Demand for Compliance Management As We Step Into 2017

February 9, 2017

Contribution regarding compliance management (particularly from an Australian perspective). Increasingly complex and dynamic regulatory landscapes, rapid technology change, and global business environments are among the few factors that have been driving companies to become more focused on risk and compliance management in their businesses. In earlier times, compliance and risk management was considered burdensome. There […]

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Mortgage Terms Incorporation Case Update: Alexander (“Property118 Action Group”) v West Bromwich Mortgage Company [2016] EWCA Civ 496

November 19, 2016

By Anis Waiz – Knights Professional Services Limited. This article will consider this key Court of Appeal decision as to mortgage terms and incorporation. The decision is likely to have much wider ramifications for lenders and indeed borrowers. “For the Lender to have the right to require repayment on one month’s notice at will would […]

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