Commercial And Business Services Articles
Join the Webinar: Laurence Duncan interviews Lawson-West Solicitors' Managing Director, David Heys about the business challenges in Lockdown
The latest statistics for business applications for CBILS, CLBILS and Bounce Bank loans published
Regional and local government provides £20million in new grant funds for smaller business in the wake of coronavirus pandemic.
How will your business bounce-back from Coronavirus? See Lawson-West Solicitors' x5 Top Tips...
From today businesses have the flexibility to bring furloughed employees back part time.
Lawson-West’s experienced commercial solicitor, David Heys, outlines some of the questions facing business owners with post-lockdown premises issues; many seek to change their lease or vacate their premises.
Lawson-West Managing Director, David Heys, comments on the recent BBC article about successful businesses who all started in a recession. What can we learn from them?
The Government's CBILS business financial support scheme has had nearly 100,000 applications and Bounce Back Loan applications nearly 1,000,000 applications during Coronavirus
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced on Monday 27th April new support for small and medium-sized businesses with the new “Bounce Back” loan
What Support Is Available to My Business, and How Do I Access It? The Government has introduced a number of new business support schemes to help UK businesses to keep afloat. Lawson-West highlights and explains them all in this easy document.
In his latest article, David Heys explores the importance of properly drafted legal paperwork and shares some of his experiences that highlight the risks of cutting corners.
Join our seminar on Succession Planning - Wednesday 30th October at Dominus Way
David Heys identifies a few of the Hard Brexit choices that business owners may need to face in the coming months.
Our next Leicester seminar: Making Sense of Business Contracts
A recently concluded case, Bates v Post Office Ltd, has brought into question the efficacy of the contracts between sub-postmasters and the Post Office, in terms of their implied duty of good faith in ‘relational’ contracts. In a landmark case which concluded in recent days, the High Court has ruled that sub-postmasters' contracts with the Post Office were "relational contracts", in which there was an implied obligation of good faith.