Category Archives: Partnership Disputes

New Year’s resolution for your business – get properly protected

It never ceases to amaze me how very many businesses don’t have the right legal documents in place to protect their owners and directors – which are relatively simple and inexpensive. Regardless of whether you’re a fresh start up, or an established and successful business, do you have the essential protection of the following four […]

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Our top 10 websites of 2012 [part one]

January is a great month to review progress made in the previous year – and I always make sure that I don’t just give up reviewing the previous year on January 1st – I use the whole of January to review the previous year and conduct a mental spring clean. That’s exactly what I been […]

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Business law blog catch-up

Unless you’re a regular reader of my blog, you have probably missed some of my blogs about the various specialist business law micro websites which we have launched recently. If so, if you did out, is a quick to three of our most recent business law micro sites; Our commercial litigators are specialists in […]

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Franchising, copyright and business partnership dispute microsites-catch up

If you are a new comer to this blog, you may have missed some of the recent blog entry about the various specialist microsites we’ve set up recently with regard to the advice we give businesses. If you have missed out, here’s a recap on three of our recent business related specialist web sites; Copyright […]

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New partnership dispute website is the name of our latest dedicated website and deals with all issues surrounding  business partnership disputes. The site clearly explains how any two or more people setting up a business together ( unless they set up a limited company or any other formal legal structure) automatically enter into a partnership — so resulting […]

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Employment tribunal claims – small businesses particularly vulnerable

A recent case heard by the Employment Appeal Tribunal [EAT] has confirmed how vulnerable small businesses are to Employment Tribunal claims.  Although employment law makes it quite clear that any discrimination claim, constructive dismissal or unfair dismissal compensation [or in fact any type of employment tribunal award] paid to a successful employee should be “just and equitable in all […]

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A doubling in business partnership disputes

Quite apart from the thousands of professional service businesses using partnerships as their business vehicle of choice,  many new businesses use the partnership route which is quicker and easier to setup than a company. In fact some people probably don’t even realize that their business is a partnership – which is automatically created under the […]

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