In our experience, a lot of small business owners are very aware of social responsibilities and many have started businesses based upon a principle or an ethos. It would seem that small businesses are the perfect target for a charity or ethical organisation that requires donations. It appears logical, that a principled small business owner …
This blog is part 2 of a series of 5 that is preoccupied with small business using contracts to avoid contractual disputes. Court is an expensive pursuit and building self-remedy or clauses into your contract, that are enforceable and offer solutions to problems that may arise is practically useful to small businesses. A considered contract …
Changes in the law means design and planners need more protection.
Do you worry about getting paid for the work you have done? If you do, then you aren’t alone. Nearly a third of small business have reported in seeing an increase of late payments, and to tackle the issue the government is introducing tougher laws. The new laws will encourage businesses to pay their bills …
Shareholder Agreements saves money and creates incentive to encourage others to build the business.
Valuation of shares required for new investment or a departing director/shareholder…what next?
Bespoke terms and conditions (contracts that reflect your business) offer added protection for businesses.
Signing contracts that are unenforceable, (self-drafted or modified templates) can cause problems for both businesses further down the line.
Creatives tend to neglect the contract side of their business; this can lead to problems!
A recent number of cases has flagged up the need for Freelancers to differentiate and protect themselves.