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Having a subcontractor agreement in place can help prevent various disputes and conflicts in construction and trade projects.
PGM Trainee Solicitor Caryl Thomas recently attended the Swansea University - Hilary Rodham Clinton School of Law, Client Interviewing Competition 2024.
Running a business is not always easy. There can be a lot of red tape and admin and not enough time to actually do the work. This is often made worse by clients who are reluctant or slow payers.
Coming to the decision that your marriage has come to an end is not an easy time and there will inevitably be stressful periods, navigating an unfamiliar process, with various factors to consider.
Amidst the doom and gloom of the enforced lockdown due to COVID, there were also many heartening stories of new businesses being founded. Many of these businesses were started by friends, or maybe an existing business had to reinvent itself in order to survive.
As a business owner, it’s more important than ever to have a solid continuity plan to ensure that your business will keep running smoothly if you were to become unable to make decisions.
Starting and running a business can be very exciting and challenging. Being an entrepreneur and your own boss is seen by many as an attractive goal. It can also be extremely rewarding. However, there is another, much more mundane, if not downright boring, analysis of starting and running a business.
In today’s world, social media exists as a focal point of communication and is the most popular method of sharing information. It’s not uncommon for us to share our personal thoughts and photos on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram; but what happens when we share details of work online or express a particularly strong opinion on social media at the workplace?
A social media policy is a code of conduct which acts as a guideline for any interactions a company’s employees have on the internet, both as part of their job description, or in their private life.
When you make a Will there are a number of life events that can impact its validity. One of these is marriage. Under UK law, marriage automatically cancels out a Will made before the date of the marriage, rendering it invalid.