How the Wolves of Wolferstans deliver on their promise

Wolferstans prides itself on working closely with clients to achieve the best outcome for them. This is how they deliver on that promise. ‘Finding the right structure for my business and worrying about all of the legal jargon that goes with setting up my business is what gets me up in the morning’. Said no … Read more

Putting the spotlight on hybrid and home working

Robert Zacal from GA Solicitors discusses the considerations and benefits of working from home after the COVID-19 pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns have had a dramatic impact on the workplace. Throughout much of 2020 and 2021 a significant proportion of the nation’s workforce has been working from home. Many employers and employees have … Read more

Commercial property rent arrears following pandemic

Jonathan Bouchta is a Partner and Head of Property Litigation at GA Solicitors… As a property disputes lawyer, a large proportion of my time during the last 18 months has been spent advising both landlords and tenants on rent arrears that have accrued since the start of the pandemic. Looking back to last March, the … Read more

Shareholders’ agreements: do you need one?

Whether you are starting a new venture or operating an existing business, it is important to consider your relationships with the other people involved. A shareholders’ agreement may not seem relevant to you right now, particularly if you have gone into business with family or friends you trust. However, situations can quickly escalate, and if … Read more

Can you stop sellers setting up against you?

Liam Toulen, Associate at Ashfords’ Exeter office, examines how you can protect the value of your business purchase when sellers set up in competition It is not uncommon for the former owner/directors to be retained to lead a business following the sale of the Company. Typically, service contracts will be put in place with the … Read more

Ecommerce restrictions post-Brexit explained

As of January 1, 2021, any online UK businesses which target customers within EEA jurisdictions, needs to comply with local laws specific to online commerce. Previously, cross-border operation of online business in the UK and EEA was protected by the EU eCommerce Directive. The Directive allowed online businesses to operate anywhere in the EEA (e.g. … Read more

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