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Corporate Insolvency in the UK - Business Law Guide

Corporate Insolvency in the UK - Business Law Guide

A business may cease trading for a number of different reasons, the most common being insolvency. Insolvency is a term often used in the media to describe a business in financial difficulty, but the rules for insolvency and what it involves are not usually elaborated on. (a......

  • Categories: Business Law
  • Last Updated: Friday, 08 August 2014
  • Jurisdiction: UK
Design Rights in UK Intellectual Property Law

Design Rights in UK Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property (IP) rights are quite varied, and in the business environment some are discussed more than others. Of all of the IP rights available, Design Rights rank among the least discussed and most misunderstood. Business professionals who are aware of Design Rights often dismiss them......

Hiring a Debt Collection Agency in the UK

Hiring a Debt Collection Agency in the UK

Whilst many businesses and creditors are unsure about hiring a professional debt collection agency, unfortunately the time comes when they have to protect their business and recover unpaid accounts. Whilst customer relationships are important, sustainability and payment take priority and hiring the......

UK Business Structures - Complete Legal Guide

UK Business Structures - Complete Legal Guide

Starting a new business can seem daunting. The choices you make largely depend on the type of business you want to run. For example, the direction taken by a sole trader is likely to be different from that of a limited liability partnership as they have different tax responsibilities and legal requ......

  • Categories: Business Law
  • Last Updated: Friday, 08 August 2014
  • Jurisdiction: Europe
UK Competition Law: Chapter I Prohibition – Agreements and Concerted Practices

UK Competition Law: Chapter I Prohibition – Agreements and Concerted Practices

UK competition law prohibits anticompetitive behaviour by firms that are active on the UK market. The Competition Act 1998 (CA98) contains two main prohibitions the content of which is consistent with the application of Article 101 and 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFE......

  • Categories: Business Law
  • Last Updated: Wednesday, 25 March 2015
  • Jurisdiction: UK

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