Open Exhibitions Ltd
David Edwards Managing Director
Advanced Construction Technologies UK Ltd
A C Benfield Chairman
If your insurance has refused to pay out for a claim due to Covid under your Business Interruption Insurance policy, read the following here.
The Law Society has produced guidance on the use of electronic signatures in the form of answers to a series of questions. The guidance appears to be aimed at lawyers but it is likely to be useful for any business that enters into contracts from time to time:
Identity theft is a challenge for us all, even if you're an international gift deliverer, as the case of State v Hayes illustrates form the States! Warren Hayes had managed to obtain an official ID card in the name of “Santa Claus.” He had also managed to get an...
The following article provides very useful guidance on what can and can’t be excluded/limited in a business-to-business commercial contract.
The Chartered Governance Institute has produced guidance on company directors’ general duties under the Companies Act 2006.
From time to time, I am asked to provide support to a client who’s business is going to demerge or separate. The reasons for splitting a business into separate parts could be one or more of many.
A joint venture is normally two or more parties wishing to carry out a joint commercial enterprise. The structure may vary from setting up a joint venture company or limited liability partnership through to a less formal structure where the joint venture is simply created via a contract.
For anyone who is thinking of buying/selling a business/company, the following link provides an interesting article covering the requirement to give notice of a potential claim under a SPA to the warrantors (usually the sellers) of the business/company.
While we're serious about helping companies with their legal issues, it doesn't mean we have to be too serious about ourselves. Here's a few jokes that have amused us recently about lawyers (and we didn't want our accountant friends to feel left out, so there's a few...