What is anti-spam law?
Anti-spam law restricts the sending of unsolicited emails (spam) to individuals. The restrictions on spamming individual subscribers apply not just to consumers, but also sole traders and partnerships because they are still individuals, despite the fact they run a business, and even if your email is within their business capacity.
Although, it is still possible for...Read More
Every business should consider putting shareholder or a partnership agreement in place, depending on your ownership structure. It is important to have some protection and agreed procedures to resolve a shareholder matter or dispute on an unforeseen situation.
A shareholder agreement is a simple agreement that can be amended from time to time as a business grows and new shareholders are...Read More
Every business should consider putting shareholder or a partnership agreement in place, depending on your ownership structure. Even though there is no legal requirement in the UK to have a formal shareholders agreement, companies with more than one shareholder should consider putting one in place. It is important to have some protection and agreed procedures to resolve a shareholder’s matter...Read More
If you have paid an employment tribunal fee between 29 July 2013 to 26 July 2017, you can now apply for a refund. Applications can be made online or by downloading the applicable form and sending it by email or post to Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS). If HMCTS agrees that a refund is due the amount will be transferred to the applicant’s bank account plus 0.5% interest.
Law society scheme to help promote the benefit of legal advice to those setting up a small or medium sized business.
Tebbitts & Co Commercial Solicitors are delighted to be part of The Law Society’s Lawyers for your Business scheme to help promote the benefit of legal advice to those who are setting up or running a small or medium sized business.
The Law Society of England and Wales...Read More
We recently offered a week-long work experience opportunity to a pupil from Kings College in Chester. James’s objective was to gain more hands-on knowledge and experience within a law firm to help him decide whether to take the path of reading Law at university. He was also keen to learn about the type of skills a solicitor needs to do his/her job on a day-to-day level.