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Critical reporting for company relocations during pandemic 

Critical reporting for company relocations during pandemic 

A complex court case over conflicting dispute resolution provisions has highlighted a simple, but vital, takeaway on the importance of corporate reporting requirements for all UK registered companies, as the pandemic sees offices unattended or subject to permanent...
Is an MBO or MBI a good move for your business?

Is an MBO or MBI a good move for your business?

Is your business ripe for more growth? Do you have the team that can take your business to the next level? Or do you want to take a step back and reap some of the rewards of your efforts? If continuity is important to you, then a management buy-out (MBO) or a...
Quick guide to Self-Assessment tax returns and coronavirus schemes

Quick guide to Self-Assessment tax returns and coronavirus schemes

The coronavirus outbreak has had an unprecedented impact on businesses and individuals. If you are self-employed, you may be concerned about paying your Self Assessment tax bill due on 31 January 2021. In this post, we look at some of your options and government...
Wrongful trading – new temporary measures to help businesses.

Wrongful trading – new temporary measures to help businesses.

On 25 June 2020, the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill received royal assent and became law on 26 June 2020 (the “Act”). The legislation has been fast-tracked through Parliament and contains several temporary measures intended to relieve the burden on...
Why employers need to watch out when it comes to employee monitoring.

Why employers need to watch out when it comes to employee monitoring.

By Jon Dunkley, Partner, data protection and employment specialist with Wollens Solicitors. The ‘Big Brother’ surveillance scenario envisaged by George Orwell has long since become reality.  The ability to watch citizens outlined in the futuristic novel Nineteen...