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Is the gig up for Deliveroo?

Even the people who shy away from newspapers and change channel when the 10 o clock news comes on could not fail to have seen the headlines about Uber and their drivers’ battle to secure worker status. While today it is Deliveroo’s turn to face the music as the Tribunal meet for a third and concluding day. In a case brought by the Independent Workers' Union of Great Britain (‘IWGB’), the...
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Registering a charge out of time

The registration of a charge by a company at Companies House is something that should be straightforward. The form MR01 is prepared, the charge is attached and the fee paid, and it’s as simple as that. Isn’t it?   The answer is yes, usually. However, it is that final word ‘usually’ that matters here. Inevitably things do go wrong. The company has 21 days from the creation date of...
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The importance of good corporate governance

Why is it important for companies to have a good system of corporate governance in place? Corporate governance is the corner stone of any good business. It encompasses the processes, practices and policies that a company relies on to make formal decisions and to manage the company. The Oxford University Press Business English Dictionary defines corporate governance as the “way in which...
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Payment practice reporting for large companies

Certain large companies and LLPs are now obligated to build several website disclosures into their reporting timetables, including that of payment practices. The introduction of protective provisions under S3 of SBEEA , provides a means of reducing the administrative and financial burdens on businesses caused by late payments. The Reporting on Payment Practices and Performance...
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Are you a director of a company? Who is calling the shots?

Are you a director of a company, where there is an individual that is a shareholder who continually wants the board to follow their way or no way? It is likely that such an individual will be held to be a Shadow Director!   A director is defined under s.250 of the Companies Act 2006 (CA06) as “any person occupying the position of a director by whatever name called”. This...
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