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Bank Cleared of Liability for Losses Due to Reasonable Suspicion

15th August, 2012

Money laundering legislation requires banks to freeze transactions pending clearance if they suspect that the funds concerned in... Read More »

Going into Partnership–Our 5 Top Tips

9th July, 2012

We decided to put together 5 top tips on partnership to be tweeted one a day last week.  Whilst it was fun trying to condense that vast body of law that is partnership into 5 snippets of 140 characters each, we thought it might be useful to expand them into a blog; so here goes. The five tweets... Read More »

Non Executive Directors

13th June, 2012

We are often asked about non-executive directors for companies and we thought it might be worth while pointing out some of the issues that surround appointing them. Benefits The benefit of a non executive director (or a NED as they’re usually known) is that a company has the input of a senior and experienced person on the board... Read More »

Law firm champions technology entrepreneurs

28th March, 2012

A CHESTER law firm that advised on a recent investment in a pioneering software business is celebrating the... Read More »

New Cookie Regulations, Are You Ready?

2nd March, 2012

Sadly, this is not to do with the number of chocolate chips in each one!  This is about... Read More »

Company Must Follow Rules

23rd January, 2012

When a company is in financial difficulties, the details of its internal regulations tend to be near the... Read More »

Director Pays Price for Private Arrangement with Customer

13th January, 2012

The law relating to the fiduciary duties of directors is stricter than many company directors might think, as... Read More »

Problems with Insolvent Landlords

22nd August, 2011

It is not only tenants that become insolvent: increasingly, overstretched landlords are in danger of going broke as... Read More »

Court Takes Commonsense View of Delivery of Notice Clause

13th February, 2011

When a dispute arises under a contract and notices or other documents have to be delivered to the... Read More »

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