Business disputes can be difficult at the best of times. However, in family businesses, it’s even worse.
Legal experts Laura Conway and Blair Adams explain why restrictive covenants can help a business protect its assets after a member of staff leaves.
You?ve given your brand a unique moniker, only to receive an official legal letter from a big business that?s taken offence. It?s a nightmare entrepreneurs dread, but company name disputes are seemingly inevitable.
Claire O’Brien, head of IP litigation at law firm Mills & Reeve, uses a recent high-profile case to discuss the best approach to take when you want to protect your brand.
Simon Whitehead, partner at HRC Law, recently hit the ?1m turnover mark and has joined our Founders Diaries section to share his growth stories.
Going into business with a family member can be a very rewarding experience, but it doesn't always go to plan. Real Business has a look at five occasions it has blown up in a big fashion.
A boardroom generally contains a group of people with independent views and different skills assembled with a common purpose. Disputes, arguments and fallings out are inevitable.
While many Brits have become disenchanted with politicians in recent years, we nevertheless live in a politicised world and many people feel very strongly about certain things, says HR expert Kate Russell.