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Troublesome tweets – what to avoid when using social media

If your business uses social media, you need to be aware of publishing law and advertising regulations to ensure that incidents, like the ones discussed in this Article, are avoided.

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Posted in: Employment Law

Creditors be aware!

6 April 2017 saw the introduction of new insolvency rules that might have a profound impact on the ability of creditors to nominate a Liquidator who will rigorously investigate the affairs of an insolvent company and its directors. 

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Posted in: Corporate Recovery and Insolvency

Public rights of way: do you know your landowner obligations?

Whether you own a couple of acres of paddock or hundreds of acres of upland moor, don’t ever overlook your rights and responsibilities when it comes to public rights of way. 

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Posted in: Commercial Property Agriculture

Be sure to ‘mind the gap’ as new Gender Pay Gap rules come into force

It’s often talked about and now it’s here - the new Gender Pay Gap regulations come into force this month and they’re some of the highest profile legal changes of 2017 highlighting pay differences between men and women.

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Posted in: Employment Law

Top tips for protecting your digital legacy

A recent survey found that we value our digital assets at approximately £25 billion and this will only increase as more of our lives are captured and stored in digital form. Our digital footprint exists throughout our entire life however is it time to start thinking beyond that – What about after our life has finished? What about our digital legacy?

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Posted in: Corporate / commercial updates

The whole truth and nothing but the truth when it comes to selling/letting commercial property

What is disclosure and how does it work?

When selling or letting commercial property, there is a legal process which you must follow to ensure both parties are protected. This includes, amongst other things, disclosing or revealing any matters that might negatively affect the property.

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Posted in: Commercial Property

What structure would suit us best as we convert to academy status?

As the move towards being an academy becomes reality for many schools, they start to consider what structure might suit them best.

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Posted in: Education

Endeavour celebrates women in business with special event

We’re very much looking forward to celebrating the achievements of women in business from across Teesside this International Women’s Day, Wednesday March 8th when we host a special event at Crathorne Hall, near Yarm..

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Posted in: News & PR

What knowledge and skills does the governing body of an academy need?

Although the changes affect everyone from teachers to pupils to parents, the governing body is expected to take a very new role in an academy, and governors are often those that need the most help in managing this change.

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Posted in: Education

What are the challenges of converting to an academy school?

We’ve all seen it in the news. It has been writ large across the face of the secondary education sector for some time now. The ‘academisation’ of schools (the most inelegant of terms) is fast approaching and although there has been some change of heart in the government ranks it still looks likely that the academy status is the route that the current government wants schools to go down.

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Posted in: Education

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