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Posted on:
3 Aug 2017
Whether seeking funding or looking to secure a high valuation for exit, a business’s position will always be strengthened if it can point to its assets. In this article, IP lawyer ]]>Suzy Schmitz]]> gives us a step-by-step guide on how businesses can maximise their IP and boost their valuation.
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14 Apr 2017
Non-traditional trade mark registrations
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26 May 2017
Thought to have originated in the late 1960s, the bridging finance sector has become one of the most fast-moving and expanding environments in which to work, coming into its own particularly over the last decade or so. Despite this, the concept of bridging finance can still cause confusion for first time users. This article explains the basics of what can often be the perfect short-term funding option. Bridging Finance – a beginner's guide
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22 May 2017
Are you a small and ambitious company looking to raise capital? Have you thought about an AIM IPO?
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22 May 2017
With zero-hours contracts proving as divisive as ever, Keystone Law’s ]]>Michelle Last]]> and ]]>Philippa Wood]]> explain whether they have a place in the SME business.
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22 May 2017
Financial Services analysis: What does the regulatory future hold for banks and corporations? Tony Watts says there is likely to be an increased focus on enforcement action against individuals. Do regulators see fines as the most appropriate way to sanction rule-breaking banks and corporations?
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18 May 2017
In recent months we have watched as politicians and other prominent figures have battled it out over what Brexit really means. Even now, in the wake of Article 50 being triggered, so much remains unclear. In this article, Simon Deane-Johns discusses the future of passporting once the UK leaves the EU. What is passporting?
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10 Apr 2017
With statistics showing that more than 50,000 buildings were converted for domestic use between 2014 and 2015 and yet only 226 barn conversions were completed under the permitted developments rights, planning lawyer and author of the Practical Guide to Permitted Changes of Use, Martin Goodall, looks at the common problems faced by those looking to convert.
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10 Apr 2017
“May you live in interesting times,” is a legendary Chinese curse. In the guise of well wishing, it conveys the irony that difficult, dangerous or even turbulent times are what the recipient should experience. There is no known Chinese source for this saying, but, as curses go, it is apt for 2017. Asking around, it seems that nearly all of us know what it feels like to be afflicted!
Posted on:
2 Feb 2017

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