Corporate

Thursfields advises on sale of Worcestershire insurance business

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Thursfields Solicitors has advised two Worcestershire brothers on the sale of their insurance business. Partner Gareth Burge, head of Thursfields’ corporate team, and solicitor Joe Rollins advised Peter and Stephen Short on the sale of Tenbury Wells-based CJN Insurance Services Ltd (CJN) to The County Group, which is part of Global Risk Partners (GRP). Lisa…

What is a warranty and why are they required? Corporate Law

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Unlike a property acquisition, when acquiring shares or business (and assets), the principle of caveat emptor (buyer beware) applies, meaning, the law provides no statutory or common law protection for the buyer in relation to company, shares or business which it is acquiring. Therefore, buyers will require contractual protection from the Seller of the shares…

Thursfields Talk Legal: redundancy planning to be discussed at free webinar

Lisa Kemp

The crucial need for proper consultation in redundancy situations and making sure all selections are fairly made will be discussed at Thursfields Solicitors’ next webinar later this month. Lisa Kemp, an associate director in the Employment & HR Law department will host the free Talk Legal webinar at 10am on Wednesday 22 July. Lisa will…

Thursfields appointed to advise new management team | Corporate Law

Thursfields Total Distribution

Read all about a West Midlands IT firm buyout… Thursfields Solicitors has been appointed to provide ongoing legal support following a management buyout of a West Midlands-based IT business. The directors, David Ghosh, Jack Robinson and Alex Mackay, have acquired Total Distribution Ltd for an undisclosed sum from retiring owners and founders David and Tracey…

Logistics company founder buys back business | Corporate Law

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A West Midlands entrepreneur has taken back control of the international logistics firm he founded in 2012, with help from Thursfields Solicitors and Accountants and Business Advisors HB&O. Peter Ackrill, a 20% shareholder in Logik Logistics International Ltd based at Birmingham International Park, Solihull, has acquired the 80% shareholding held by Chapman Freeborn International Ltd…

Planning for Mergers & Acquisitions in a Coronavirus hit economy | Corporate

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The effects of the Coronavirus (COVID 19) on mergers & acquisitions (M&A) will reach far and wide. Many of our corporate clients will be considering the repercussions and how they can protect themselves when conducting M&A deals that are either on going or planned. Our corporate team are advising that those seeking to sell actively…

Thursfields advises on MBO deal, completed digitally, mid-COVID-19 lockdown

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Thursfields Solicitors has advised on the management buyout of a London-based company, Risk Solved Ltd. Risk Solved Ltd provides a market leading, global digital risk platform for the insurance industry, delivering efficiencies for their risk consultancy practices, new insights for underwriting and improved customer engagement. Launched in 2016, the company has secured an undisclosed six…

Options for post-pandemic business investment explained |Corporate Law

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Philip Chapman, a director in the Corporate department at Thursfields Solicitors has described the different options for business investment in a post-pandemic environment. Philip was commenting after the first steps were made by the government for carefully planning to move out of the COVID-19 lockdown. He pointed out that although several new loan options had…

Company meetings: A virtual reality! Corporate and commercial law

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In light of the recent government announcement relating to the requirement of companies to hold AGMs, it is important for directors and shareholders to consider how they would do so in line with the restrictions on movement. One restriction includes not being allowed to be in gatherings of more than two people. This raises the…

Commercial Contracts… is cancellation a breach too far?

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The effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on UK businesses has been dramatic to say the least, and it’s perhaps understandable that some businesses need to cancel or vary existing contracts. From a legal perspective, this is not as simple to do as it might first appear, and the risk of being sued by the other…

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