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Business on your terms? Or your customer’s?

20th November 2011
Jeremy Blatherwick from Tallents Solicitors in Read more

The UK Bribery Act – what you need to know

20th November 2011
Phillip Harding, commercial solicitor at Tallents in Newark, answers several key questions regarding the Bribery Act that business owners need to understand in order to stay on the right side of the law. (more…) Read more

Oh Baby! Fathers get new paternity leave rights

10th June 2011
Recent changes to paternity rights now mean that new fathers can take up to six months additional paternity leave, following the birth of a new baby, if the mother returns to work within the first year. Employment laywer, Phillip Harding from Tallents Solicitors in Newark, explains the changes and answers key questions for parents. (more…) Read more

My word is my bond…or is it? Written contracts and why you should have them

4th May 2011
Many a business deal has been sealed over a handshake, with both parties taking each other’s word as their bond. But, if there’s nothing in writing and things turn sour, how do you protect yourself and your business? (more…) Read more

The consequences of giving personal guarantees

14th April 2011
When starting up a business, it is quite common for the bank to request personal guarantees from the directors, and / or shareholders, of the business as additional security for the company’s borrowings and loans since the new business does not have a credit record. (more…) Read more