It’s important to consider the legal implications of your business at the beginning of its growth push.
Over a third of UK companies that have already introduced the Government's auto-enrolment pension rules would have approached it differently if given the chance again, an Irwin Mitchell report reveals.
Partner Nick Thomas and associate Lee Harding, of global law firm Morgan Lewis’ London employment practice, advise employers on why contracts and policies are vital for protecting business.
Businesses are unknowingly exposing themselves to huge risks via poorly-written or plagiarised terms and conditions, according to Marc Yaffe of JMW Solicitors
Simon Deans insists it is time for law firms to turn off the clock and actively build strong relationships with business that deliver measurable commercial value.
According to new business protection research, death of a business owner ranks as the biggest impact to a business.
Of all the decisions a high-growth business takes, expanding overseas can be one of the most important.
Is limited liability still alive and kicking in limited companies? James Lamont looks at how liable you are for your business decisions.
This October it becomes a legal requirement for companies to enrol staff in a pension scheme. Many businesses don’t yet seem ready; here's how to prepare.
Fast-growing developing countries offer a sea of opportunities for businesses ready to take trading further than Europe and the US.
Paying your lawyer whether you win or lose a legal case is not your only option, but most companies are unaware of the alternatives. Mark Beaumont explains how to share the litigation risk.
Why is it so important to have written terms and conditions in place when you do business? Here are the seven main reasons.