While it’s true that no startup is the same, one thing that they all have in common is the need for proper legal representation from an early stage.
Whilst the risks associated with employing people have, in many respects, diminished over the past few years due to changes to employment law and reforms to the tribunal system failing to create simple procedures can leave you open to claims.
Businesses are leaving themselves exposed to unnecessary levels of risk because of a failure to protect their valuable data
Employment law can appear complex and tends to make managers nervous but according to HR expert Sue Ingram, author of ‘FIRE WELL’ it’s actually, at its core, simple, straightforward and based on common sense.
Business partnerships – often started through friendship or a close family relationship – are based on no more than a handshake or a gentleman’s agreement.
The issue of trademarking hashtags is probably not one you have ever given much thought, but if you run a business, charity or another organisation that markets itself proactively, it is certainly something worth keeping an eye on.
The European court of justice will hand down its judgment in the coming days in the case of thousands of former Woolworths and Ethel Austin employees who missed out on millions of pounds in redundancy compensation due to the size of store they worked in.