Commercial Solicitors

What should you do if one of your employees fails a drugs test?

October 11, 2012

If one of your employees fails a drug test at work then this is normally cause for concern. Depending on the seriousness of the situation, the employee’s past history at work, and the effect that the failure has on their ability to do their job it may result in you having to dismiss the employee. […]

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How to handle voluntary redundancies

September 12, 2012

If your business is considering making redundancies then it is good practice to consider  seeing whether it’s possible to make voluntary redundancies as well as having to implement the compulsory redundancies that will be necessary. Voluntary redundancies are a good way of ensuring that the least damage is done to morale in the workplace by […]

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Why should your business use a social media policy

September 7, 2012

The growth of the internet has presented opportunities to business but it has also posed challenges. It has opened up new ways to market and deliver a product or a service to clients and has revolutionised the amount of information available to businesses. A great deal of marketing and information sharing is currently done through […]

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Do I need a commercial solicitor to assist me with compliance?

December 8, 2011

Businesses’ compliance with UK laws and regulations is becoming increasingly complex as the number of relevant laws and regulations increases considerably. In response to this, businesses need to allocate more resources towards ensuring ongoing compliance with the regulatory market within which they operate. This means that one-off regulatory checks are no longer adequate – businesses […]

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Can a commercial solicitor advise me on the formation of my company?

November 25, 2011

A commercial solicitor can advise you on the full range of issues relating to the formation of your company. A competent commercial solicitor will generally precede this advice with an examination of whether a company structure is indeed the most appropriate business structure for your business. It may be that a limited liability partnership or […]

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