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What to check before you use a paralegal

Date: 14 November 2017

By: Amanda Hamilton

Six ways employers can support mothers back to work

Date: 6 November 2017

By: Yuliana Topazly

Business owners need to take GDPR more seriously

Date: 25 September 2017

By: Billy Leonard

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How to turn around a struggling company

A company administration process can help assist a company that is looking for legal protection while they restructure their business with the hope of being able to trade forward.

Date: 18 August 2015   By: Guest contributor

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Who gets paid when a company goes bust?

When a company goes into administration, it can be a very stressful time for employees, creditors and customers. Who comes first when money is owed?

Date: 12 May 2015   By: Guest contributor

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Three top tips for an effective business plan

Not only is a business plan the single most important document you need in order to attract potential investors to help fund your business, it also lays out clear objectives and strategies that act as a blueprint for your success.

Date: 7 January 2015   By: Guest contributor

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Could pension-led funding enable your business to grow?

A growing number of business owners are using pension-led funding (PLF) to expand their businesses. PLF is one of the newest forms of alternative finance available to companies that either cannot or do not want to access traditional bank funding.

Date: 16 September 2014   By: Guest contributor

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What is 'distraint' and how could it affect your company?

“Distraint” is where a landlord or HMRC can recover debt by auctioning off a company’s assets. An official visits the company’s premises and issues the director(s) or “responsible person” with a distraint notice and records all valuable assets.

Date: 23 April 2014   By: Guest contributor

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Riot victim? Get free legal advice here

Georgina Harris explains how lawyers will help – with no fee...

Date: 15 August 2011   By: Georgina Harris

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Angel investing – how it works

There is an established, but growing, trend for wealthy private individuals (known as “angels”) investing in young and small private businesses in return for shares in the company.  This is a form of equity finance, as opposed to the more usual debt finance provided by lenders.   ...

Date: 25 October 2010   By: Law Donut