Buying Business Premises

If you are considering buying business premises there are many financial, practical and legal aspects that you might want to consider before climbing onto the commercial property ladder. Below we examine...

Corporation Tax Payment Deadline

Corporation tax payment deadline Each year limited companies are required to pay corporation tax to HMRC on their profits and file a company...

Bereavement Leave (How Much Time Off Work?)

As an employer it is important that you provide both a compassionate and legally compliant approach to employee...

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (How to Claim)

With businesses across the UK economy suffering the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, the Government has stepped...

Coronavirus: Working from Home (Employer Advice)

The UK Government has placed the country on official lockdown from 23 March 2020. Under the new...

Should I Furlough My Employees?

Businesses forced to close to reduce the spread of coronavirus and those that are still operating but...

Company Law

Read our latest articles covering company law.

Disqualification of Directors

A company director may face disqualification if they are found to have failed to fulfil their legal responsibilities by participating in unfit conduct,...

What is Insolvency?

When financial hardship hits your business, and you are forced to consider closing down, working out what to do next can be overwhelming. Understanding...

What is the Role of the Company Secretary?

All UK public companies require a company secretary by law, under the Companies Act. Private limited companies however are not required to appoint a...

Health & Safety Focus

Read our latest articles covering health & safety.

What is COSHH? (An Employer’s Duties)

The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH) places responsibilities on employers to control the storage and use of substances that...

Manual Handling Regulations (A Guide)

The Manual Handlings Operations Regulations 1992, later amended by the Health and Safety (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2002, places a legal requirement on employers...

Fire Safety Regulations (Employers’ Guide)

Employers are legally required to carry out a fire risk assessment in the workplace and put resulting fire safety measures in place to...

Employment law

Read our latest articles covering employment law for business.

Bereavement Leave (How Much Time Off Work?)

As an employer it is important that you provide both a compassionate and legally compliant approach to employee absence from work following the death of...

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (How to Claim)

With businesses across the UK economy suffering the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, the Government has stepped in to help employers avoid layoffs and...

Coronavirus: Working from Home (Employer Advice)

The UK Government has placed the country on official lockdown from 23 March 2020. Under the new rules, members of the public must...

Commercial Premises Essentials

Read our latest articles covering commercial premises.

Buying Business Premises

If you are considering buying business premises there are many financial, practical and legal aspects that you might want to consider before climbing...

Latest Law for Business

A round-up of all the latest business law articles

Buying Business Premises

If you are considering buying business premises there are many financial, practical and legal aspects that you might want to consider before climbing onto...

Bereavement Leave (How Much Time Off Work?)

As an employer it is important that you provide both a compassionate and legally compliant approach to employee absence from work following the death of a...

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (How to Claim)

With businesses across the UK economy suffering the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, the Government has stepped in to help employers avoid layoffs and redundancies through...

Coronavirus: Working from Home (Employer Advice)

The UK Government has placed the country on official lockdown from 23 March 2020. Under the new rules, members of the public must not...

Should I Furlough My Employees?

Businesses forced to close to reduce the spread of coronavirus and those that are still operating but seeing no or very little work are...

What is COSHH? (An Employer’s Duties)

The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 (COSHH) places responsibilities on employers to control the storage and use of substances that present...

Manual Handling Regulations (A Guide)

The Manual Handlings Operations Regulations 1992, later amended by the Health and Safety (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2002, places a legal requirement on employers to...

Fire Safety Regulations (Employers’ Guide)

Employers are legally required to carry out a fire risk assessment in the workplace and put resulting fire safety measures in place to ensure...

RIDDOR Regulations (and Reporting Accidents at Work!)

The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 (RIDDOR) sets out the guidelines and requirements of responsible parties, such as employers, to...

Disqualification of Directors

A company director may face disqualification if they are found to have failed to fulfil their legal responsibilities by participating in unfit conduct, or...

What is Insolvency?

When financial hardship hits your business, and you are forced to consider closing down, working out what to do next can be overwhelming. Understanding the...

What is the Role of the Company Secretary?

All UK public companies require a company secretary by law, under the Companies Act. Private limited companies however are not required to appoint a company...

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