Corporate and Commercial

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the importance of directors’ duties

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During this time of commercial unrest it is paramount that company directors have at the forefront of their minds their statutory duties when making difficult decisions about the future of their businesses. Directors must remember that they remain subject to the statutory duties even during these difficult times which are to act in in good…

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Summary of financial support for businesses | Corporate and Commercial law

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A useful summary of the current support available for businesses experiencing increases in costs or financial disruptions because of Covid-19 has been produced by Thursfields Solicitors. The guidance follows the recent economic downturn which means especially small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) will need as much financial support as possible. Philip Chapman, Corporate Director at…

Protecting Your Business – Coronavirus (COVID-19) | Corporate and Commercial Law

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The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is of great concern to many businesses as they balance putting contingency plans in place to protect their staff’s wellbeing and also continue to provide their products and services to clients. Thursfields Solicitors is open for business as usual and has the resources and legal expertise to guide you. All of…

Dispute Resolution

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In future months our team of experts will upload to this website specific articles giving tips and updates on the handling of disputes. We are uniquely placed to point out hot topics and point out potential problems for businesses, giving tips where possible, so please watch this space. For this first article on our new…

Thursfields Solicitors advise on sale of Shropshire health care business

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The corporate and employment teams at Thursfields Solicitors have advised on the sale of a Midlands-based health care company to a fast growing health care fund. AJ Case Management Ltd has been acquired by Active Care Group, which is owned by the Montreux Health Care Fund. Thursfields Director Gareth Burge and Solicitor Joe Rollins led…

Key considerations for negotiating share earn-out payments | Commercial law

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Firstly the parties need to agree what targets must be achieved to trigger payment of the earn-out. Such targets could be financial, operational or linked to specific event. The length of earn-out period needs to be discussed and agreed. Most earn-outs last between one and three years following completion, but other time frames may be…

Thursfields advises growing Oxfordshire wealth management firm on acquisition | Corporate law

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The corporate team at Thursfields Solicitors’ Black Country Hub in Halesowen has advised an Oxfordshire financial planning business on the next stage of its growth. Aspen Financial Advice Ltd has purchased Sarah Illingworth Ltd, a Milton Keynes-based financial adviser – both are wealth management advisers within the St James’ Place Group. Aspen Financial Advice was…

Thomas Cook – The Rise and Fall | Corporate law

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How many of us have seen the Alberto Brea quote: Netflix did not kill Blockbuster. Ridiculous late fees did. Uber did not kill the taxi business. Limited number of taxis and fare control did. Apple did not kill the music industry. Being forced to buy full-length albums did. Amazon did not kill the other retailers….

Checking whether ‘The Price Is Right’ Commercial property law

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when buying or selling a business is the price right? ‘The Price Is Right’ might be a clichéd game show title, but it’s a fundamental point to check for anyone buying or selling a business. The advice comes as a flattening and challenged economy may trigger an increase in deals activity, with many potential buyers…

Brexit crisis | corporate law

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should warn businesses to check their own constitutional status… The constitutional chaos and confusion triggered by Brexit should serve as a warning to businesses to check their own status. The advice comes as Westminster debates continue over controversies such as whether it’s the prime minister or parliament who should decide Britain’s approach to departing Europe….

Introduction of additional corporate governance for companies

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Companies need to be aware of additional corporate governance reporting disclosures that came into effect for financial years beginning on or after 1 January 2019. The requirements were introduced via the Companies (Miscellaneous Reporting) Regulations 2018. The new requirements relate to engagement with employees, engagement with suppliers and customers and others in a business relationship…

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