Much discussion of Brexit centres on the trade in goods. If we leave without a deal, will there need to be a hard border in Ireland? Will Kent become a lorry park? What will we be paying in tariffs?
Changes in data protection laws and an evolving market environment have led some big companies to take an apparent step backwards and rely more and more on first party data.
The UK immigration system never fails to provoke controversy and the most recent government proposals for a future immigration system are no exception.
Internal security breaches pose one of the greatest financial and reputational risks for business of all sizes, particularly SMEs.
Recent news of yet another high-profile restaurant group facing the abyss made big headlines: all but three of Jamie Oliver’s 25 UK restaurants have closed, causing 1,000 jobs to be lost and leaving dozens of suppliers out of pocket.
A power of attorney is a legal document, through which you can assign a person to act or make decisions on your behalf during times when you are unable to do so.
When we talk about commercial property, we’re sometimes talking about a commercial lease. So either its creation or its transfer from one party to another.