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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Growing your business in turbulent times

1 February 2017

SINCE the EU referendum in June 2016, the issue of Brexit has dominated and transformed the UK's economic and legal landscape. From fluctuations in the pound, to the ongoing issue of when Article...

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Preparing to sell your business

1 February 2017

ARE you looking to sell your business this year, or even in 2018? If so, you should speak to your lawyer now about getting your business ready for sale.

It can take a good year or more of...

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Getting the right advice when things go wrong

30 January 2017

Is it really all or nothing?
The 2016 case of Jockey Club v Willmott Dixon looked at whether a claimant, who was either going to win or lose should have the benefit of extra costs and...

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Franklins Solicitors

Cyber security: litigation risk and liability

4 January 2017

CYBER security is a growing risk for all businesses, and cyber security issues need to be placed on the management board's agenda sooner rather than later.
Leaving aside damage to reputation...

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Tollers

Expert speakers

4 January 2017

RENOWNED expert in palliative care, Baroness Finlay of Llandaff, will share her views at the next conference being hosted by the Elderly and Vulnerable Client Unit of leading regional law firm...

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Wilson Browne Solicitors

Is the time right for a no-fault divorce system in the UK

4 January 2017

TO obtain a divorce, at the moment, one party has to issue proceedings against the other and generally, to do that one has to be able to say that their marriage has broken down irretrievably....

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