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:
Should you drag along or tag along as an investor?
- what are tag along rights?
- what are drag along rights?
- advantages and disadvantages; and
- negotiation tips to secure an equitable exit.
Planning for success in a partnership merger
- analysis of the two businesses merging;
- commercial and logistical issues to consider;
- legal considerations for a merger; and
- what documentation you will need to review.
Could a trade mark protect your business on social media?
- how a trade mark can help protect your brand;
- dealing with impersonation and fake online accounts;
- using your brand name as a hashtag; and
- is trade mark registration the right choice for your business?
Buying shares in a business - what to look our for
- investment as part of business growth strategy;
- commercial considerations and due diliigence;
- personal considerations, including tax position; and
- documentation needed for share purchase.
Pitfalls to avoid when commissioning bespoke software
benefits of commissioning bespoke software;
- risks of not seeking legal advice at an early stage;
ownership of intellectual property rights; and
negotiating personalised terms in your contract.
Why your terms and conditions may be letting you down
- Why might you want to amend your terms and conditions?
- How you can change your terms and conditions
- Minimising the risk of consumer complaints and commercial disputes; and
- Verbal alterations.