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The gig is up... or is it?

With increased congestion and roadworks on every corner, bicycles are coming in to their own. Commuters are donning Lycra and all sorts of businesses, including fast food and courier companies, are now making deliveries on two wheels in order to offer their customers a more efficient service. The so-called ‘gig economy’ has taken off in the UK during the last 12 months or so both...
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Data Protection: Subject Access Requests - can you ever get them right?

Any organisation that has received a subject access request (SAR) will know just what a nightmare dealing with it can be. As a reminder, any person has a right to require an organisation to provide details of the personal information which that organisation holds about that person by serving a SAR on that organisation. Whilst the organisation can charge the person up to £10 to deal with the...
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Shareholders are for life, not just for Christmas

We have all seen the adverts depicting dogs, abandoned and unloved, once the novelty of a cute Christmas puppy has worn off. Now I’m not suggesting that any one of you would like to abandon your fellow shareholders in a cardboard box by the canal, but have you ever thought what might happen to your company if the fondness for a fellow shareholder wears off? I recently received an...
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SBEEA: Naming and shaming for late payments Part 2

In my previous post on late payment practices and access to finance, I outlined how section 3 of the Small Business Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 (SBEEA) has placed a duty on large companies and LLPs to report on their payment practices. The intent of this legislation is to give a helping hand to suppliers (who are often small businesses) to successfully retrieve payment...
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Re-registration of a company: Reaping the rewards

The primary reason for a private limited company to re-register as a public limited company is to give it the ability to offer shares to the public. The procedure to re-register from a private limited company (LTD) to a public limited company (PLC) is straightforward, but there are certain criteria that must be met. These regard share capital and net asset requirements and are...
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