The UK government introduced the PSTI, the law requires digital tech businesses to ensure they meet new cyber security standards. Read on for more details.
Commercial Contracts and COVID-19 The recent government announcement on the 16th April that the lockdown due to Coronavirus will extend at least for a further 3 weeks continues to challenge all businesses in an unprecedented manner. Indeed, the lockdown may still go beyond that period and the issues arising will undoubtedly extend beyond the [...]
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (The Furlough Scheme), and the benefits and implications for employers In these unprecedented times, all businesses are facing major challenges to their ongoing viability. Every day we read of well-respected names that are entering administration or "closing their doors", even though the Government has announced huge support packages to assist [...]
Are Insurers Cheating UK Motorists? Embargoed to 0001 Thursday, August 25 File photo dated 22/8/2014 of motorists start to queue in heavy traffic on the M25 between junction 12 and 13 near Egham, Surrey. Millions of Britons are set to go on holiday over the bank holiday weekend, tourism bosses have said. The [...]
EU Citizens Living In The UK Post Brexit The recent EU referendum result has led to a great deal of uncertainty in many areas of the law, and family is no exception. Although the exact ramifications are yet to emerge, it is likely the prospect of withdrawal from the European Union will have a [...]
Why Your Company Should Have A Shareholders Agreement A shareholders agreement is a contract between the shareholders of a company that determines how a company will be run. However, there is no legal requirement for the shareholders of a company to enter into a shareholders agreement. Without a shareholders agreement, a company will be [...]