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Separating/Splitting a Business (Demerger)

Separating/Splitting a Business (Demerger)

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.

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Joint Ventures

Joint Ventures

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.

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Claims Under a Share Purchase Agreement (SPA)

Claims Under a Share Purchase Agreement (SPA)

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.

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A Few Lawyer & Accountant Jokes

A Few Lawyer & Accountant Jokes

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...

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Why is a Director’s Service Agreement Important?

Why is a Director’s Service Agreement Important?

There is often confusion amongst the proprietors of owner/managed businesses between their role as a shareholder and their role as a director. I am often asked to insert provisions into a Shareholders’ Agreement which should really be documented in a Director’s...

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The Death of a Shareholder/Director

The Death of a Shareholder/Director

Introduction  When running a company, dealing with estate planning is often a low priority for the shareholders/directors. However, I have been asked on numerous occasions in the past for advice from families, other shareholders etc after an unexpected death of a...

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When Emails Can Create a Contract

When Emails Can Create a Contract

In a recent case before the High Court, it was said that a lawyer had entered into a contract for the sale of land on behalf of his client by sending an email.

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