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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.
Some observers believe the hack will lead to a wave of cheated spouses seeking divorce, but even if these actions do materialise, they may not be successful.
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.
Under current proposals, January 2016 will see a change in company law with the aim of increasing accountability through transparency of corporate ownership, structure and control.
Order in (and out of) the house: what to do if an employee's behaviour damages your company's reputation
Hear, hear! Lord Sewel resigned following allegations involving drugs and prostitutes. But what if an employee in similar circumstances doesn’t resign – can you dismiss?
What employers are legally required to offer.
More companies will have to keep a close eye on their supply chains.
Why you should consider the Professional Arbitration on Court Terms scheme.
The existing Living Wage is already higher than the National Living Wage. What’s going on?
More ‘overseas’ employees are claiming UK employment rights.
One in five gay people have been bullied by colleagues because of their sexual orientation.
One of the main tax advantages for a buyer has been removed.
Annual statement of supply chain ’transparency’ required.
If retailers are told they can open for longer, what issues might they face? The obvious problem is localism, says Shoosmiths…...
Expert lawyers at national law firm Shoosmiths comment on these plans and proposals:...
The European Commission has announced that it had used its fast-track settlement procedures to investigate and impose fines in respect of a parking heater cartel.
6 April 2015 brought in a range of new options for members with defined contribution pension savings.
With post-floods guidance, developers may experience delays in planning applications.
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.