Commercial Client Articles

Making Retention of Title Work

Prior to the recession, Retention of Title (RoT) clauses probably received less attention than they should have from many businesses. However, RoT is now back...

Health and Safety – Working With Display Screen Equipment

Many workers spend a large part of their day looking at a computer screen, laptop or touch screen. The Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment)...

Buying from an Administrator – Take Care

With businesses becoming insolvent in large numbers, opportunities abound to acquire assets from their administrators. However, the low prices sought for the assets are due,...

Bribery Act Guidance

The Government provides guidance for businesses on complying with the Bribery Act 2010, which came into force on 1 July 2011. The Act was originally...

Outsourcing – Nine Steps to Success

These days more and more processes are being outsourced (run by external contractors under a service agreement) by more and more businesses. It is particularly...

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Commercial Client News

Payment for Removal of Personal Obligation Not a DeductionJuly 10, 2017

When a sale of shares in a company is in progress, there are often a large number of threads that have to be tied up...

Payment for Removal of Personal Obligation Not a DeductionJuly 10, 2017

When a sale of shares in a company is in progress, there are often a large number of threads that have to be tied up...

Government Bank Sale Tendering Dispute – High Court RulingJuly 9, 2017

Public tendering exercises almost inevitably leave unsuccessful bidders dissatisfied but the courts will only intervene if there is a legal flaw in the process. A...

Government Bank Sale Tendering Dispute – High Court RulingJuly 9, 2017

Public tendering exercises almost inevitably leave unsuccessful bidders dissatisfied but the courts will only intervene if there is a legal flaw in the process. A...

Government Bank Sale Tendering Dispute – High Court RulingJuly 9, 2017

Public tendering exercises almost inevitably leave unsuccessful bidders dissatisfied but the courts will only intervene if there is a legal flaw in the process. A...

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