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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 18, 2020
Is a personal guarantee weighing heavy?

Structuring your business as a limited company limits your personal liability and financial obligations, in relation to your business related debts...


Finance
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 16, 2020
ICO Fines - Not Just Big Companies Under Scrutiny on GDPR

The supervisory authority for GDPR compliance, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), has recently published its decision to fine British Air...


Gdpr
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 10, 2020
Coronavirus – Managing Risk as Staff Return To Work

As the UK Coronavirus lockdown begins to lift, with non-essential shops being allowed to open in June and more establishments in July, SME owners w...


Coronavirus
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 10, 2020
Using ADR to Handle Civil Disputes

During the Covid-19 outbreak the government has taken steps to encourage the business community to exercise patience and understanding. Some of thi...


Dispute Resolution
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 10, 2020
Have You Inadvertently Committed Furlough Fraud?

The Government’s Job Retention Scheme (or furlough scheme) has ensured that many people who would have lost their jobs during the Covid-19 pandemic...


Coronavirus, Employee Law
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 10, 2020
Importance of Reviewing Commercial Contracts in the times of Coronavirus and Brexit

With the UK’s economy opening up, commercial life is starting to enter a ‘new normal’ phase. Coming down the line, we also have Brexit as a fundame...


Brexit, Coronavirus
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 09, 2020
What to consider when rightsizing your business

The Covid 19 pandemic and the economic contraction which has followed, has resulted in organisations both large and nearly every small business, ex...


Employment/Hr
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  • By Lawbite Team
  • November 09, 2020
Carrying Out Alterations To Commercial Lease Premises

When an SME takes out a commercial property lease that it will want to carry out works on the premises, likely both at the outset and at other time...


Commercial Property
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