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Financial Fraud – What Not to Do!

With recent surveys showing that instances of employee fraud are still on the increase, and HMRC showing regrettable lack of ability to safeguard personal data, eliminating...

Disputes in the EU – Rules on Applicable Law

Where a dispute has a foreign element, one of the common problems is deciding under what jurisdiction legal action should be taken. This is avoided...

Bank Deposit Protection Rules for Businesses : Guide

The levels of protection available for different investments underwritten by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) are detailed on their website. The FSCS protects the deposits...

Consumer Protection Regulations

Businesses that deal with the public are reminded that legislation will come into effect soon to give consumers better protection under the law than they...

Company Formation Checklist

You may have come across advertisements which make forming a company sound very easy, but before you go ahead there are some serious issues to...

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GDPR Guide and Steps to TakeSeptember 14, 2017

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a comprehensive data protection regime which will start to be enforced in the UK in May 2018. The...

Failing to Plan Ahead Creates Problems for Family CompaniesSeptember 3, 2017

Although no one likes to think about their own death, failing to be prepared for all eventualities can cause chaos in family companies, which are...

Small Data Protection Glitch Produces Big Financial LossAugust 22, 2017

When a local council published information in connection with a family's planning application for building works, it failed to think through the consequences of its...

Free Advice Given and No Contract? You May Be LiableAugust 8, 2017

Any professional will know that there are many people who like to have free advice, and whilst this is seldom proffered in a social setting...

OFT Rejects Predatory Pricing ClaimFebruary 27, 2012

When a company engages in below-cost pricing or other ‘predatory’ practices, the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) is often called upon to investigate. Where anti-competitive...

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