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Aug
06
2020

Series A Funding in the Current Climate- Not all Doom and Gloom?
#Commercial #Podcasts and Webinars

It is generally accepted that Series A funding is crucial to the development and scale up of early stage business. Funding generally was very competitive prior to lock down, but with the obvious economic pressures brought about by Covid-19, what is the view moving forward and how does a business seeking such funding best prepare for investment discussion?...

Aug
06
2020

Business Angel Investment in a post Covid-19 landscape: For Growing Companies
#Corporate #Podcasts and Webinars #Commercial

This article sets out the key themes covered in the Clarkslegal webinar. The webinar was hosted by Stuart Mullins, of Clarkslegal LLP, Steve Royffe, of the Dorset Business Angels and Zafar Kanani, of the Forbury Investment Network....

Jul
10
2020

Had Enough? Winding your Business Down through the use of an MVL
#Corporate #Commercial

The coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses to consider the way they operate and, in some instances, consider whether they have the ability to operate at all. Similarly, there will be many business owners who feel the risk of further pandemics in the future or business fatigue ...

Jul
09
2020

Distance Working and the Importance of Maintaining Culture and Cohesion
#Commercial #Corporate

It is generally accepted that culture goes to the very fabric of most businesses and this is often what sets one business apart from another. Quite often culture and values will determine success or failure. ...

Jul
09
2020

EMI Options and the Furlough Scheme
#Corporate #Commercial

The benefits of an EMI scheme amongst qualifying participants is widely known. However, the furlough scheme brought in to ease the financial burden of the employee wage bill on businesses has left some debate as to whether ...

Jun
09
2020

Warranty and Indemnity Insurance and COVID-19
#Commercial #Corporate

Warranty and indemnity Insurance in share purchase transactions is not new and has been offered in the insurance market place for some time....

Jun
09
2020

Remote negotiation to Virtual Execution of Documents – Things to Consider
#Commercial #Corporate

Few can be in doubt that COVID 19 has changed the business landscape forever, though whether these changes will be for the better or worse remains to be seen. ...

Jun
08
2020

Post-Lockdown Considerations: Delivering your business from intensive care
#Corporate #Commercial

The Government has now committed, albeit loosely, to an economy stabilising initiative. Despite the often contradictory scientific and medical advice, come 1st July the majority of non-essential retail will be able to reopen to the public. ...

Jun
08
2020

Contractual terms and COVID-19 – what to consider
#Commercial #Corporate

The global outbreak of COVID-19 has impacted the way in which we carry out our lives, both personally and in our businesses in a way that hasn’t happened before....

May
11
2020

Crown Preference returns with effect from 1st December 2020
#Corporate #Commercial #Business Recovery & Insolvency

The coronavirus pandemic has, rightly, dominated all press focus of the Government’s budgetary strategy. The Chancellor has introduced a swathe of measures to keep businesses going and the economy as far away from recession as possible. However, also included in the Chancellor’s budget last month was confirmation of the reintroduction of the Crown Preference from 1st December 2020. ...

May
11
2020

COVID-19, insolvency update and Company Voluntary Arrangements
#Commercial #Corporate #Business Recovery & Insolvency

A CVA is a contractual agreement which a company enters into with creditors, under which a company agrees to pay back, over a period of time, a percentage of the money that it owes to its creditors......

May
11
2020

COVID 19 and Business Interruption Insurance
#Commercial #Corporate #Business Recovery & Insolvency

Many businesses, particularly in the hospitality and leisure sector hold business interruption insurance, under which they are insured for the losses and costs arising as a consequence of an event which gives rise to business interruption – claims in the past have typically involved damage to business property....

May
11
2020

AGMs and impact of Covid-19
#Commercial #Corporate

With the Covid-19 outbreak placing unprecedented pressure on business, companies are having to rapidly adapt the way they carry out their corporate duties and responsibilities. ...

Apr
17
2020

Going global
#Clarkslegal #Corporate #Commercial #Entrepreneurs & Start-Ups

The Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) sector is vital to building long term economic resilience everywhere, in developed and emerging markets....

Apr
02
2020

UPDATE: extension to file your company accounts
#Commercial #Corporate

This update applies to both limited companies and limited liability partnerships (LLP’s)....

Mar
26
2020

Escaping consequences of non-performance of contract obligations
#Corporate #Commercial

It’s something of a given in English law that, if you enter into a binding contract and fail to perform your “side of the bargain”, you may well be liable to pay damages for breach to the other party. Generally, it’s irrelevant and no defence if the obligations you agree to in the contract subsequently become far more onerous, difficult or expensive than originally envisaged,......

Mar
09
2020

Warranties and Indemnities in Share Purchase and Asset Purchase Agreements
#Commercial #Corporate

The terms “warranties” “representations” and indemnities” are frequently used throughout the sale of assets or the sale of shares process....

Mar
09
2020

Is the coronavirus a contract killer?
#Commercial #Corporate #Force Majeure

The current spread of the coronavirus is likely to be used as justification for the delayed or non-performance of contracts globally. Do established contract law principles support non-performance because of Covid-19?...

Mar
09
2020

Police use of Facial Recognition - Artificial Discrimination?
#Corporate #Commercial

It has been some months since the High Court delivered its judgment in R v Bridges concerning the use by South Wales police (SWP) of live facial recognition (LFR) in a public place. The claimant has since appealed the decision in the Court of Appeal and the SWP is still under investigation by the Information Commissioners Office (ICO)....

Feb
19
2020

Ready or not, here change comes! How will your contracts change with the UK’s upcoming tariff regime and departure from the EU?
#Commercial #Corporate #Brexit #Transition Period #Trade tariffs #EU

On 6 February 2020, the UK Department for International Trade (DIT) launched a public consultation to begin shaping the country’s new independent global tariff policy following the UK’s departure from the EU. The upcoming regime will enter into force on 1 January 2021....

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