Publications

This guide highlights the main legal risks you need to consider if you are buying another business or enterprise. Your business should always take legal advice at the outset of any acquisition.

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22 07 2011

Providing a reference

 

This Article sets out the key issues your business should consider before providing a reference for an employee or former employee.

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Legislation protects residential tenants from excessive service charges. Before entering into contracts to provide services or carry out works relating to residential properties, you should consider whether you need to consult with your tenants. If you fail to consult when required, you will only be able to recoup the statutory maximum, without dispensation from the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal (LVT).

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If your business is making redundancies, you must be very careful when drawing up the pool of employees from which you make your selection. Failure to consider the pool is likely to make a dismissal unfair. This checklist highlights the key issues that you need to consider.

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02 12 2010

Handling a dispute

 

Commercial disputes have increased over the past few years due, in part, to the recessionary pressures many businesses have had to contend with.

This article sets out the actions your business should take when a dispute or potential dispute arises. It applies to any dispute or incident, whether started by you or brought against you (for example, a dispute with a trading partner or a prosecution by a regulatory body).

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Buying a house is an exciting event in many people’s lives.

Whether you’re a first time buyer or a veteran of the property ladder, the process of buying and selling a house is littered with potential pitfalls.

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18 11 2010

Weddings and wills

 

In all the excitement surrounding a marriage or civil partnership ceremony, one of the few issues that is often forgotten is that a will is automatically revoked when someone marries, which means that it is no longer valid.

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Break provisions allow tenants and landlords the right to terminate their lease before the expiry of a fixed term.

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18 11 2010

Pensions and Divorce

 

If you are contemplating divorce, then a particular area of concern is likely to be your pension. Perhaps you have a pension that you wish to protect or maybe your spouse has a pension that you believe you are entitled to part of.

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07 11 2010

Brand Management

 

This checklist sets out the practical steps that will help your business protect, use and exploit any brands that it owns.

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