CBI urges government to protect UK businesses from 'unacceptable' ECJ ruling on holiday pay
With reputation such a powerful force in business, it’s little wonder a recent change to defamation law has caught the eye of entrepreneurs. But how has it really affected the business owner's ability to defend their company's good name?
It can be easy to think that instant dismissal in gross misconduct cases means you can instantly turf a troublesome employee out on their ear. But, in practice, employment law is rarely so straightforward
There are legal considerations aplenty when a business decides to export, says Michael Hatchwell of Davenport Lyons
Non-disclosure agreements are much maligned, but there’s no getting away from the fact that they can provide much needed peace of mind for enterprises that are entering into new relationships
Act will enable businesses to better manage intellectual property and offer new protection measures for designers
Scottish Affairs Committee raises concerns that zero hours contracts create unbalanced relationship in favour of employer
50% of migrant entrepreneurs denied visas last year as applications rise by 3,400% between 2008 and 2013