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No matter the size of your business, technology has both tangible and intangible benefits that will help to make your business relevant in a modern world and enable you to produce the results your customers demand.

Technological advancements help a business to benefit from better communications with its customers, improve efficiency in its operations and promote a modern business culture. Whether your business is seeking to exploit its technological offerings or work with a supplier to develop the right technology for the future, we can help you ensure you are compliant with the law, and protect you from risks in your contracts for developing and supporting technological products.

18/01/2021

FCA Insurance Policy “Test Case”

As a result of the first national lockdown – imposed in March 2020 – in order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, many small and medium-sized businesses have seen a significant level of financial loss. This saw an increase in claims for those losses under business interruption insurance policies (“BIIP”). There quickly became widespread concern…

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13/04/2021

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08/04/2021

I do not need a Will – it will all go to the wife. Right?

Well yes and no. You are correct that there are rules in place to distribute your estate, in the absence of a Will. But the rules do not take into account the true nature of family relationships and what the average person might think is “right” of “fair”. For example, if you are legally married…

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