Insolvency Q&As part four – Employees

Lee Green

Welcome to part four of our five part blog covering the most frequently asked questions around Insolvency.

Part four will cover the most frequently asked questions by Employees.

Part one covered General Insolvency
Part two covered questions by Business Owners and Company Directors
Part three covered Individuals and Sole Traders

Should you require further advice about any of the topics covered in our blogs or regarding a specific scenario, please contact our business recovery specialists on 01603 624181.

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Reflecting on the Corporate Finance Market Last Year

James Lay

At the beginning of 2016, it seems an opportune moment to reflect on our experiences of the SME corporate finance market in East Anglia and the opportunities that lie ahead.

The last 12 months were filled with further renewed optimism. Whilst some sectors have admittedly found it difficult (perhaps none more than the oil and gas sector), general confidence in the UK economy went from strength to strength and this was reflected in the continued strong appetite we encountered for business sales, acting for both buyers and sellers.

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Insolvency Q&As part three – individual/sole traders

Lee Green

Welcome to part three of our five part blog covering the most frequently asked questions around Insolvency.

Part three will cover the most frequently asked questions by Individuals and Sole Traders.

Part one covered General Insolvency
Part two covered questions by Business Owners and Company Directors

Should you require further advice about any of the topics covered in our blogs or regarding a specific scenario, please contact our business recovery specialists on 01603 624181.

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Expert Witness Accountants and Personal Injury Claims

Thomas Norman

The subject of this blog is one specific area of our team’s expertise – Personal Injury claims.
In a nutshell…
Personal Injury is as the name suggests: an injury sustained to the body and/or mind as opposed to injury to property or material possessions. This term is often applied when such an injury occurs as a result of negligence from another person or organisation.

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Insolvency Q&As part two – business owner/company director

Lee Green

Welcome to Part two of our five part blog covering the most frequently asked questions around Insolvency.

Part two will cover the most frequently asked questions by Business Owners and Company Directors.

In Part one we covered the most frequently asked questions around – General Insolvency (insert link to part one)

Should you require further advice about any of the topics covered in our blogs or regarding a specific scenario, please contact our business recovery specialists on 01603 624181.

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New Year’s Resolutions

Peter Glading

I am not a great advocate of New Year’s resolutions. They always seem to me to be based on negatives; let’s give this or that up. If I were to partake, I much prefer the more positive approach of ‘let’s do something!’

As entrepreneurs, we should be able to come up with a few New Year’s resolutions that could benefit our businesses and, ultimately, the bottom line.

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Insolvency Q&As – part one

Lee Green

Welcome to part one of our five part blog covering the most frequently asked questions around insolvency.

Over the next five weeks we will publish a new blog each week covering one of the following topics: general insolvency, business owners and company directors, individual and sole traders, employees and creditors.

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A New Year’s resolution – time to benchmark!

Martin Bugg

Now you’re back at your desk after the Christmas and New Year break, it’s time to set some New Year’s resolutions! One resolution could be to take a look at your competitors to see if there is anything to be learnt from what they have been up to through 2015 to help you in 2016!

To assist you with this, the 2015 Legal Benchmarking report was released towards the end of last year.

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