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Selling a Business - A Complete Guide

Selling a Business - A Complete Guide

There are many factors to consider when selling a business and it isn’t something that should be entered into lightly. Our free guide runs through some of the important considerations this involves.

Redundancy Consultation Processes – Advice for Employers

Redundancy Consultation Processes – Advice for Employers

Consultation is a key part of any fair redundancy process. It is therefore vital that employers considering redundancies plan how they will consult their employees about any proposed redundancies at an early stage.

Business Legal Services Team

Business Legal Services Team

Our Business Legal Services team pride themselves on being able to offer high quality ‘city style’ advice in a user friendly, cost effective manner to local, national and international businesses.

Business First Magazine - Autumn/Winter 2023

Business First Magazine - Autumn/Winter 2023

Our quartlery business magazine is packed full of features including creating a supportive workplace, sustainable buildings, legally compliant HR and EDI essentials.

Managing changes in equality, diversity and inclusion

Managing changes in equality, diversity and inclusion

Most companies work hard to create a safe and productive workplace, but how can businesses stay up to date on these policy and initiative changes, as well as mitigating risks?

Buying a property at auction - is it right for you?

Buying a property at auction - is it right for you?

While buying property at auction can be a thrilling and potentially rewarding experience it is important to be aware of the legal implications, rules and regulations, and possible risks involved in such a purchase.

Settlement Agreement Advice

Settlement Agreement Advice

Katie Ash explains and answers some questions about settlement agreements.

 Managing Redundancy in your Business

Managing Redundancy in your Business

Katie Ash, head of Employment Law, answers the most commonly asked questions about redundancy.

Guide to naming your business

Guide to naming your business

When it comes to starting a business, one of the most challenging but interesting tasks you must carry out is finding the right name. However, many people do not realise that there are restrictions on what you can name your business.

New Rules for Commercial Landlords

New Rules for Commercial Landlords

In April 2018 new legislation increasing the minimum energy efficiency standards for commercial property was implemented, making it unlawful to enter a new lease on a commercial property with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of ‘F’ or ‘G’, the current lowest grades of EPC.

4 Things to do Before The End of The Tax Year

4 Things to do Before The End of The Tax Year

The beginning of a new calendar year should serve as a timely reminder that we’re only three months away from the end of the current tax year. It might feel at the moment as though there’s plenty of time until the beginning of April, but ensuring you make use of the remaining months before they disappear is always a good idea. Here are our top four tips for ways to make the most of this tax year whilst you can.
Gender Pay Gap Reporting- Is Your Business Ready?

Gender Pay Gap Reporting- Is Your Business Ready?

In April 2017 employers with over 250 staff became obliged to report on gender pay gaps. Here are some tips that your business may wish to consider.

Changes to way in which fees can be charged in insolvency cases.

Changes to way in which fees can be charged in insolvency cases.

Changes to the way in which fees can be charged will soon make it more difficult for creditors to sue fraudulent directors.
Divorce Survival Tips

Divorce Survival Tips

We’ve enlisted the help of some local relationship counsellors in Sheffield to provide you with some survival advice to help get you through a divorce.

Good News for Second Home owners in the EU

Good News for Second Home owners in the EU

The EU has ruled that taxes recently introduced by France in relation to British owners of second properties violate European law and the authorities in Spain have ruled that British people that were duped into buying illegal homes in Spain during their property boom can be entitled to compensation.