Legal Briefing

With business, it’s vitally important to get both appropriate and trustworthy legal advice. This can range from something as simple as mediating an internal dispute to understanding how to proceed if you find yourself in a tricky legal battle. Northamptonshire offers a number of fantastic legal advisory teams, giving you the peace of mind that you’ll have support if and when you need it.

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Wilson Browne

Reflecting on the positives

1 May 2020

By Jennie Jahina

Wilson Browne Solicitors

IN this month's article, I am not going write about employment law issues in the usual way. Instead, I want to reflect on the past few weeks...

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Hewitsons

Remaining open for business

1 May 2020

WE are currently living in extraordinary times, with the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak having some form of impact upon everyone - from families to businesses.

As the situation continues...

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Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

How do I manage my rent during lockdown?

1 May 2020

THIS article has been written by Mohammed Rahman, Commercial Property Solicitor for BMTC Law - it seeks to look at the rent payment position where both parties are hoping to keep the lease 'alive...

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FG Solicitors

Adjusting to a changing workplace

2 April 2020

By Helen Taylor

FG Solicitors

THE working world has been steadily changing; technological advancements have played the greatest role, allowing for a more flexible approach to the way...

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Wilson Browne

Deadlock solutions - how to agree when you disagree

1 April 2020

By Guy Zarins

Wilson Browne Solicitors

RECENTLY, I have seen a growing number of matters involving a disagreement between company shareholders, where the 50/50 shareholders are in a...

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Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

Taking on a new assignment

1 April 2020

By Mohammed Rahman

Borneo Martell Turner Coulston

WHEN a commercial property tenant assigns its lease to a new tenant (assignee), the landlord may require the tenant to enter into an...

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