All businesses need a health check from time to time to
ensure it's running at maximum efficiency.
As a director you are fully involved in the day-to-day aspects of making your business a success. Rarely do you find time to thoroughly identify all the business risks that your company faces, and more importantly decide how you can mitigate those risks.
Working with you, we will complete a detailed evaluation of your company and seek to provide you with a business health check summarising the key risks that exist for your business and advise on how best to improve your operations. There are a variety of areas that we can provide assistance with, such as:
- Employment documentation.
- Commercial contracts.
- Legal structure.
- Terms and conditions.
- Data protection.
- Intellectual property.
- Health and safety.
You will receive a written document summarising all the areas covered and highlighting what we believe to be the key areas that may require attention along with our suggested solutions.
You can have the peace of mind that comes with knowing you are running your business in the most effective and risk-free way that is possible.
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Friday 19th February 2021
RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS: WHAT ARE THEY AND WHY DO YOU NEED THEM?
When an employee leaves, they are in a position to profit from your confidential information, either by divulging secrets to others or taking what they know and putting it into practice themselves. Restrictive covenants can stop this from happening. What are restrictive covenants? Restrictive covenants are restraints written into an employment contract that trigger as soon as a person leaves …
Thursday 11th February 2021
5 legal documents every digital start-up needs
For digital start-ups turning an idea into a commercially viable business can be a risky proposition. If you want to protect your investment in your business, then having the right legal documentation in place from the outset is essential. To help you hit the ground running, we have outlined below five legal documents that every digital start-up should have in …