- Catherine Gannon
- Updated:Wed, 24th May 2017
Private limited company shares can be bought and sold only in very limited circumstances. The government considers them too risky to be traded freely. Active investors historically preferred the more liquid quoted shares but IPOs have been off the boil…
BREXIT: What should you be telling your clients to plug the vulnerability for UK Intellectual Property rights?
- Himanshu Dasare
- Updated:Fri, 28th Apr 2017
It is not news to say that the outcome of Brexit is uncertain. But, do you know what you should be saying to clients to help them deal with vulnerability to their intellectual property rights in the intervening period? Clients…
- John Deane
- Updated:Mon, 16th Jan 2017
Members’ liability when their LLP becomes insolvent is not as limited as members may expect. LLP members’ liability is not always limited to their capital contributions. A failed LLP’s members are not in the same position as a failed limited company’s shareholders….