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The regulatory and funding landscape for private and public businesses continues to evolve. We appreciate the need for managers to focus on preserving and developing their business and for funders to support and facilitate growth. We provide a straightforward approach to our corporate finance and commercial advice which puts your business needs first.
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Further changes to company and LLP reporting are currently expected to come into force on 6 April 2017.
With very few organisations complying with aspects of the Modern Slavery Act one year on, Raymond and Emma talk about the opportunities of having a well-crafted statement and take a look at the government’s efforts to drive up standards going forward, such as the introduction of the Modern Slavery (Transparency and Supplies Chain) Bill.
As 2016 draws to a close, 2017 looks like it will be a year where the good governance of companies will be a hot topic.
Since April 2016 UK limited companies have been required to keep a new statutory register – a register of people with significant control (known as a PSC register).
Very happy with the service from a very switched on team. Declan Cushley and Barker Brettell did a great job and this work was and continues to be appreciated by my directors.
Consistently provides sound advice.
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Browne Jacobson LLP’s corporate team provides an 'excellent service', 'commercially focused
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Advised the SDL Group on the strategic acquisition of Graham Penny Auctions, following this they became the largest auction operation outside of London.
Instructed by the London Taxi Company in a trade mark infringement and passing off action, we are seeking to enforce its 3D trademarks which represent the iconic shape of the famous London taxi in the High Court, regarded by our client to be a key asset of its business. We are working with our client to ensure this asset is properly protected.
Advised PCT Healthcare Ltd on their £80m acquisition of WR Evans (Chemist) Limited. The acquisition by PCT Healthcare Ltd, which owns and operates a chain of retail pharmacy stores across the Midlands and North West of England, will transform the Group into the third largest independent pharmacy chain in the UK.
We provide a fully outsourced solution to Mace, a global construction company, developing and implementing an extensive global brand protection programme, including; advising on brand protection strategy, instructing and co-ordinating the filing and prosecution of all trademark applications, reporting and advising on issues arising in respect of the various applications, negotiating coexistence arrangements and dealing with infringing third party use of identical or similar brands.
Advising a UK subsidiary of a multi-national corporate group on UK and cross border corporation tax issues and reliefs on incorporating a trading branch of the company located in another EU country.
The High Court’s approval of a Deferred Prosecution Agreement between Rolls Royce and the Serious Fraud Office is only the third such agreement that the SFO has secured.
The EU Commission has recently published its communication and accompanying Staff Working Document entitled 'Building a European Data Economy'.
An additional costs order has been made to reflect a currency loss caused by the decline in the exchange rate between the pound and the euro.
Following the judgment in Dewhurst v CitySprint UK Ltd, there is a risk that contractors are in fact workers within the meaning of the Employment Rights Act 1996 and entitled to the protections that the legislation affords.
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