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…and Companies House forms will be updated.
As the government seeks to resolve the UK’s skills gap and reduce net migration into the UK, Shoosmiths examines two new charges which are proposed to be levied on businesses.
The Court of Appeal has given further guidance on the use of ‘business sense’ in the interpretation of commercial contracts.
…without the superior landlord’s consent.
’Persons with significant control’ provisions pushed back, among other changes.
Fine shows sentences are likely to be a lot higher than before, and far more consistent.
Shoosmiths offers its top tips for a seller responding to legal due diligence enquiries, to make the process as focused, cost-effective and efficient as possible.
Reform will bring UK into line with other jurisdictions in providing more flexibility in fund structures.
Google has announced a significant reorganisation and the creation of a new holding company named Alphabet Inc. In this update, Shoosmiths consider the reasons why companies may choose to do this.
One of the main tax advantages for a buyer has been removed.
Large organisations are required to comply with a new energy audit requirement by December 2015.
Expert lawyers at national law firm Shoosmiths comment on these plans and proposals:...
Case highlights the importance of intercreditor agreements.
Scotland’s senior civil appeal court has reiterated that commercial common sense is only relevant to interpreting the terms of a contract if those terms are ambiguous.
Technology can be utilised in a vast number of ways to and by franchisors. But it also creates questions for a franchisor to consider.
In a move designed to reduce waste, carrier bag charges come into force in England on 5 October 2015.
More than ever prospective and current franchisors need to be mindful of how technology can enhance, but also presents challenges for, their franchise offering.
Reminder after fines on estate agents and a newspaper for agreeing not to publish estate agents’ fees...
Issues surrounding the Bribery Act and compliance are at the forefront of media coverage.
Thai Airways v KI Holdings: in dealing with delays in the supply chain, companies must remember the duty to mitigate.