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Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme - stick or twist?

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The Government has offered unprecedented levels of financial support to businesses and individuals. Where that comes in the form of grants such as the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, business rate holidays and the Small Business Grants Scheme, businesses...

COVID-19 and the temporary suspension of wrongful trading

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In recent news which should be welcomed by directors of businesses who are grappling with the impact of COVID-19, it was announced that there would be changes to the insolvency regime. This includes a temporary suspension of wrongful trading provisions for...

Discrepancies in PSC registers

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Advisers and certain other entities are now required to report to Companies House if they think that you have not filed the correct details of the persons of significant control (“PSC”) in respect of your company. So now is the time to make sure...

Happy Second Birthday to the Corporate and Commercial Team

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The Corporate and Commercial Team at Hughes Paddison is celebrating its second birthday this month. In the first two years, the team has worked on around 50 transactions with a total deal value of around £50 million ranging from a £9...

GDPR in a Nutshell

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“Not another article on GDPR!” I hear you cry. Businesses are increasingly aware that they need to be GDPR compliant by 25 May 2018 and are trying to work out what that means for them. There is plenty of information out there, but it is...

Don't panic! Get GDPR ready

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Data Protection law is relevant to every business. It should not be ignored under the current rules, but under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), which come into force in May next year, businesses will be required to take another look at what...

The GDPR clock is ticking - this is why you need to act now

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If you are sending marketing e-mails to your customers and contacts, then you need their consent under the current rules, but many businesses will have sought that consent through pre-ticked boxes or as part of their terms and conditions – in other...