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Press release

5 October 2021 Browne Jacobson advise on global tech sale of Nottingham based Centiq

Browne Jacobson’s corporate finance team have advised on the sale of tech services provider, Centiq to international based SoftwareONE group

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Legal update

28 April 2020 COVID-19 and declaring dividends

COVID-19 is currently having an unprecedented impact on the global economy. The legal framework in place for lawfully declaring dividends has not been relaxed in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, so companies must take care to follow all of the usual rules when seeking to declare a dividend.

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Legal update

22 April 2020 Mergers and acquisitions transactions and COVID-19 - 22 April update

We’ve already discussed various practical implications that COVID-19 is having on M&A transactions, but if transactions are continuing to go ahead, what are some of the legal considerations to bear in mind in the current climate?

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Legal update

24 March 2020 Mergers and acquisitions transactions and COVID-19

The global COVID-19 pandemic has seen unprecedented levels of employees working from home and now the Government has insisted on “lockdown”, how is the UK’s mergers and acquisitions market going to cope with the disruption?

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What are some of the issues to consider in relation to investor consent?

In this video you will hear what needs to be considered when agreeing to have investor consents in a shareholders agreement.

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What is a shareholder agreement and what about investor relations?

Rachael explains what a shareholders' agreement is, who it relates to within your startup, and its purpose - as well explaining investor consents and how they work.

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Blog

25 August 2015 Refusal of companion amounts to breach of trust and confidence


In Stevens v University of Birmingham (UoB), the High Court held that the refusal to allow an employee to be accompanied by a companion…

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Blog

9 July 2015 EAT rules unused annual leave due to sickness can be carried over for 18 months

In Plumb v Duncan Print Group Limited, the EAT has ruled that a worker is permitted to take annual leave, which is unused due to sickness, within 18 months of the leave year in which it accrued.

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Blog

29 May 2015 Judicial review of Tier 2 licence suspension dismissed

In R, on the application of Raj & Knoll Ltd v Secretary of State for the Home Department, the Administrative Court ruled that the claimant’s application for a judicial review into the revocation of their Tier 2 sponsor licence should be dismissed.

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Blog

20 March 2015 Type 2 diabetes ruled not to be a disability

In Metroline Travel Ltd v S, the EAT has ruled that diet controlled type 2 diabetes does not necessarily constitute a ‘disability’ under the Equality Act 2010 (Act).

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