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To pay or not to pay, that is the question…

To pay or not to pay, that is the question…

Sick pay policies have been hitting the headlines with many big-name employers withdrawing company sick pay benefits for staff who remain unvaccinated against Covid-19 and have to self-isolate. The highly infectious Omicron variant has led to mass absences across the...

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Midas goes into administration

Midas goes into administration

The news that Midas Group Limited and its main subsidiary has gone into administration is very unwelcome news for the region. A total of 303 Midas employees have been lost so far, with likely hundreds more to follow.  The failure will affect numerous construction...

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Buying an asset-based business – what to look out for?

Buying an asset-based business – what to look out for?

If you are contemplating buying another business, then you will have been suitably impressed with the sale particulars.  But these do not tell the whole story and when you decide to acquire the assets of a business you will want to satisfy yourself that you can...

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Having open workplace conversations about menopause

Having open workplace conversations about menopause

Employers should check they are having the right conversations to support those experiencing problems in the workplace because of the menopause. Ellie Temple a Paralegal within the Corporate and Commercial Team here at Wollens explores this. With growing numbers of...

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New Year, New Business Opportunities?

New Year, New Business Opportunities?

Understanding the Differences Between an Asset Purchase and a Share Purchase. Uncertainty.  Risks.  Challenges. Many businesses have been through a lot in recent months; however, for some, the turbulence has now given way to, if not created, opportunities for growth....

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A time for giving?

A time for giving?

The biggest penalty yet for a conviction under the Bribery Act is a reminder to be abreast of the legislation during the Christmas corporate gifting season. Companies and customers are set to miss another year of Christmas parties and corporate entertaining, following...

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Christmas miracle undermines confidence

Christmas miracle undermines confidence

Breach of confidence has been in the headlines with the recent case brought by the Duchess of Sussex against the press for making use of a private letter she had written to her father, but it is equally valuable in preventing misuse of intellectual property by...

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