One Reason why UK Lawyers should NOT earn £1mn

October 31, 2016
gavel, dollar, money

Apparently, record numbers of City lawyers from the top 11 eleven firms are now earning average annual pay in excess of this amount on the back of servicing a surge of London-based takeover deals.

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What contracts do I need as a freelancer?

October 18, 2016
contract, office, phone, computer, work

Getting a contract signed before you provide services should be a priority for any freelancer or consultant. A contract protects you by setting out your obligations clearly and reducing the risks of a misunderstanding with the client.

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B2B Mobile handset faults

October 12, 2016
mobile phone

As an expert for disputes within the communications sector, I am asked frequently about a consumer’s rights in respect to faulty mobile phone handsets, but also asked by businesses about their rights in the same regard.

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I would like to get out of a contract early, is this possible?

October 11, 2016
contract, binding contract, padlock

A common question asked of many legal professionals. This short blog will provide some sound legal advice for business where this scenario occurs.

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Are the new UK business rates unjust?

October 6, 2016
Taxes

Business Rates are a tax paid by the occupier of a commercial property. Business Rates are worked out on a property’s ‘rateable value’. That is a figure determined by the Valuation Office Agency (VOA).

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Tips to Get Your Employees Heading in the Same Direction

October 3, 2016
employees, workplace, meeting

Getting people to work together for a common cause isn’t easy. We all have different characteristics, different motivations, particular tensions and differences of opinion that can make working together especially tricky!

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