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In a recent government announcement the Economic Secretary to the Treasury, Simon Kirby, confirmed that London is to hold a new international FinTech conference in April next year.
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In the case of Rob Purton t/a Richwood Interiors v Kilker Projects Ltd  EWHC 2624 (TCC) the Technology and Construction Court had to decide whether it should enforce an adjudicator’s decision where there was no written contract in place.
A funding round is a stressful time for any growing company and it was super to have the legal work taken care of by Browne Jacobson. Their experience in dealing with start-ups was obvious and their thorough approach was a huge help. I keenly recommend them to fellow entrepreneurs.
Gigpanel is a marketplace where hospitality companies can hire part-timers. One of the first legal documents that any marketplace start-up needs is the website terms and conditions to clearly set out the rights and responsibilities of all parties that may interact on the platform. We asked experts from Browne Jacobson to draft our website terms and conditions and were most satisfied with the outcome. We had a meeting to discuss the unique model of our business and make sure we have addressed all legal issues. The draft we received was short, clear, easily presentable to the customers and at the same time comprehensive covering all legal aspects of our business. We definitely recommend Browne Jacobson to other start-ups. Job well done!
As an ex-lawyer myself it was very important to me to find someone who not only displays great legal skills but also understands the unique challenges a start up faces and speaks the same language. We found Browne Jacobson’s financial regulatory lawyers to be very compelling, they showed a clear personal passion for what startups are doing and went the extra mile. Their performance has been impressive so far, and their approach to investing time in relationships with founders is refreshing. Telleroo is still early stage but with a great mission to disrupt transaction banking ahead, I feel in good hands when it comes to future legal challenges.
Sweatcoin is an innovative and ambitious project making people more physically active. Browne Jacobson understood our vision and their advice was timely and commercially sound, but – what’s more important - it was geared to the realities of a start up: fast, reasonably priced and minimised overhead required from our side. The firm’s enthusiasm for working with emerging companies is very apparent.
They did an excellent job. They were always available, responsive, pragmatic and easy to work with.
They have a clear understanding of the underlying technology and how legal matters relate to it, and are very helpful too at keeping us up to date with legislative changes.
From 12 November 2015, it will be easier for foreign technology specialists from outside the EEA to work in the UK
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