Topical legal content articles for marketing company & commercial law
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Previous legal topics
Examples of the corporate and commercial law topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:
Risk management by company directors during the COVID-19 crisis
- ensuring the safety of employees;
- ensuring your company's continued survival;
- dealing with a company on the brink of collapse; and
- can your business decisions stand up to scrutiny?
Coronavirus FAQs for company and commercial issues
- the impact of coronavirus on businesses;
- implications of the Coronavirus Act 2020;
- advice on existing business contracts; and
- the security risks of homeworking.
Should I agree to an earn out when selling my business?
- what is an earn out agreement?
- planning your exit strategy;
- the benefits of taking an earn out; and
- disadvantages and risks of an earn out.
Protecting your interests when taking venture capital
- taking external investment
- different stages of venture capital investment;
- the advantages and the pitfalls; and
- longer term considerations.
Types of shares and reasons for restructuring your shares
- three classes of shares;
- when the need for each class could arise;
- how restructuring your company shareholding might be useful; and
- the importance of instructing a solicitor.
Reducing business risk with a service level agreement
- circumstances where an SLA can be used;
- types of risks associated with a service contract;
- the key benefits; and
- typical terms to negotiate with the help of a solicitor.