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Although there has been a steep decline in their use since the 1990 peak, cheques are still an important payment mechanism.
A shadow director is a ‘person in accordance with whose directions or instructions the directors of a company are accustomed to act’.
Many disagreements can be, and often are, negotiated and successfully settled without ever having to start court proceedings.
The question of where to park is one that all motorists will have asked themselves from time to time.
Once skilled migrants have moved to the UK and begun to work under their newly acquired immigration status, it is likely there will be changes to their pay and job role.
Who can an employer look to when a revolutionary design goes wrong and the company that designed and constructed it has gone into liquidation?
Does your business enter into contracts with consumers? Then you need to consider the impact of the new Consumer Contract Regulations.
Factoring and invoice discounting are forms of asset-based funding structures that enable businesses to ease cash flow and fund growth.
The government has launched a consultation on its proposals to force more crucial suppliers to continue to supply their services during formal insolvencies, irrespective of any pre-existing debts.
Any land agreement which may affect trade within the UK and has as its object or effect the prevention, restriction or distortion of competition within the UK will be void and unenforceable.
Company law contains a number of measures aimed at protecting the personal details of the individuals involved in a company (such as its directors and shareholders).
The campaign to increase the representation of women on the boards of public companies reached a significant milestone recently.
If you are a party to a construction dispute and you are considering commencing an adjudication, one of the key considerations is to ensure that a dispute does actually exist.
The traditional view is that a novation is an agreement that replaces the original contract with another one on the same terms but with different parties.
Scotland’s referendum is going to be held on 18 September 2014 and will decide whether or not Scotland ceases to be part of the UK, and perhaps the EU.
The Loan Market Association has made several announcements recently.
A recent mis-selling case (Kays Hotels Ltd v Barclays Bank plc) has two concerning new developments.
Lessons can be learnt from Brazil’s big build for the World Cup, which was the subject of delays to 75 per cent of its construction projects.
There are many myths surrounding resignations. In this briefing, Gateley lays some of these myths to rest.
What happens when an employee dies during their employment with an outstanding holiday balance?