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Jun
13
2016

Phishers don’t discriminate against start-ups
#Corporate #Entrepreneurs & Start-Ups

Start-ups often believe that their business may not be susceptible to phishing attacks compared to the likes of giant corporates; however these attacks during growth stage could be lethal to the success of the business going forward. ...

Jun
13
2016

Do you need help getting your PSC register or Confirmation Statements in order?
#Corporate

On 6 April 2016, ‘The Register of People with Significant Control Regulations 2016’ came into effect requiring companies to keep a register of people with significant control (PSC Register) with their company’s statutory books. ...

Jun
10
2016

Clarkslegal advises on the sale of Microtor Limited  
#Corporate

Clarkslegal, led by corporate lawyers Jon Chapman and Esma Kilic, advised the selling shareholders on the sale of Microtor Limited....

Jun
01
2016

Clarkslegal's Corporate Team Advises on the sale of UniServity Limited to New Era UK Holdings
#Corporate

Clarkslegal, led by Corporate Partner Ashan Arif, advised on the sale of UniServity Limited to New Era UK Holdings. ...

May
10
2016

Join the Revolution: Going Circular
#Corporate

A large majority of offices these days have recycling bins but, unfortunately, these bins are sometimes more symbolic and decorative than functional....

Apr
07
2016

Clarkslegal advises on the sale of two Holiday Inn Express hotels
#Real Estate #Corporate

Clarkslegal has successfully advised on the sale of two Holiday Inn Express hotels in multi-million pound transactions. ...

Apr
07
2016

Clarkslegal advises on the sale of wireless network distributor, Siracom
#Corporate #Commercial

Clarkslegal, led by Corporate Partner, Ashan Arif, has successfully advised the shareholders of Siracom Limited on the sale of the company to Exertis UK....

Apr
07
2016

Bribery Act 2010 bites…….
#Directors' Duties #Corporate

It was widely reported, earlier this month, that a Scottish company, Braid Logistics (UK) Limited, had agreed to pay some £2.2m to the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service’s civil recovery unit by way of an agreed civil settlement, having accepted that it had obtained business through unlawful conduct. ...

Mar
08
2016

What's on the horizon for corporate/commercial law?
#Corporate #Commercial

Below are a few things to look out for on the corporate/commercial horizon. We’ve got the ICO taking data protection more seriously than ever before, the UK calling for transparency over who owns the businesses running our economy, and working towards a simpler, fairer way of trading with UK consumers. ...

Feb
09
2016

Upcoming requirements for PSC's
#Corporate

New laws relating to companies started to arrive in 2015 and will continue to arrive over the course of this year. Some will even have practical implications for your business at ground level, so all ears (or eyes) please......

Jan
12
2016

What to expect for 2016
#Clarkslegal #Construction #Corporate #Dispute Resolution #Employment #UK Immigration #Private Client #Real Estate #Commercial

Clarkslegal has produced a guide on ‘What to expect for 2016’ which clearly sets out all the forthcoming legislative changes, which we hope you find useful in planning your year ahead. ...

Jan
11
2016

Clarkslegal's Corporate Team Acts for Ludgate Environmental Fund Limited
#Corporate #Clarkslegal

Clarkslegal corporate team acted for Ludgate Environmental Fund Limited on the sale of its interests in Ignis Biomass Limited....

Jan
11
2016

Getting the Skeletons out of the Closet: Disclosure Letters on Sales of Businesses and Companies
#Corporate

The general position for someone buying a business or a company is summed up by that dusty but succinct old phrase, “Caveat Emptor”, which the stern Victorian novelist, Trollope, once described as “the worst proverb that ever came from the dishonest stony-hearted Rome” (he had probably just bought something that didn’t work and found himself without effective comeback, as there was a distinct lack of consumer protection law in the 19th century). There is, essentially, no obligation on the seller to tell the buyer anything, and the buyer thus needs to “beware”....

Dec
10
2015

Clarkslegal acts for Eden Motor Group on its latest acquisitions  
#Clarkslegal #Corporate

Clarkslegal’s corporate team, led by Ashan Arif, recently advised Eden Automotive Investments Limited on its acquisition of Peugeot dealership....

Dec
08
2015

Further changes planned for rules on late payment of debts and challenging “grossly unfair” payment terms
#Corporate

The negative impact that late payment of debts has on small and medium sized businesses is well documented. In 2014, the Federation of Small Businesses carried out a survey that revealed that at least 51% of its members had suffered from late payments in the previous 12 months. ...

Oct
13
2015

Transfers of Personal Data from EU/EEA Countries
#Corporate #Commercial

On 6 October this year, the European Union’s judicial body, the Court of Justice (ECJ), ruled, in the case of Schrems v [Irish] Data Protection Commissioner, that the “Safe Harbour” agreement between the US and the EU, which has allowed personal data to be transferred legally between EU countries and the US for 15 years and which some 4,000 US companies currently rely on, is invalid. ...

Sep
17
2015

Clarkslegal's Corporate Team Acts for Fast Growing RIM Company
#Clarkslegal #Corporate

Clarkslegal Acts for EU Company, OASIS, in its Recent Acquisitions of Three UK-Based Data Storage Businesses....

Jul
07
2015

Unfair prejudice: what does it really mean to shareholders?
#Corporate

In assessing whether unfair prejudice has occurred, the courts will look at the facts objectively and, as a starting point, will examine the basis upon which the ‘aggrieved’ shareholder agreed to become a member of the company, i.e. looking at the articles of association and any formal agreements between the shareholders....

Jun
08
2015

The Red Tape Challenge
#Corporate

In its 2013 consultation paper, “Red Tape Challenge: Company Filing Requirements”, the Government considered proposals to simplify a company’s statutory filing requirements, to reduce duplication and improve flexibility in companies' dealings with the Registrar. ...

Jun
01
2015

Clarkslegal’s corporate team continues its impressive run of deals...
#Corporate

It’s been a busy year for Clarkslegal’s corporate team, with the team acting on a number of corporate transactions. ...

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