Corporate Views & Insights
Read the latest business commentary from our team of Corporate & Commercial Law experts.
Lessons SME directors can take away from Shell's shareholders' revolt
Chris Wilks, Partner and Head of SA Law's corporate and commercial department writes for Real Business.
Welcome Alasdair Bleakley
Our latest recruit is senior commercial specialist Alasdair Bleakley, who joins us as a partner in our Corporate and Commercial team.
Keeping a business going when relationships break down
Head of family law and head of Corporate and commercial join forces to write for SME about mitigating the risks of setting up a family business.
New Year, New Business
Head of Corporate, Chris Wilks discusses how to keep your business healthy for 2018.
What are my rights? Consumer Rights explained
Our Commerical lawyers answer frequently asked questions on the Consumer Rights Act
SA Law Legal 500 Results 2017: Thank you to our clients and intermediaries
SA Law described as ‘knowledgeable, professional and helpful’ with ‘a genuine dedication to its clients, and delivers an excellent level of service’.
Attracting Investment: How leading entrepreneurs prepare themselves
Partner & Director of Marketing & Business Development Julie Gingell rounds up the top take-away tips from SA Law's recent event on raising finance
Negotiation need to knows
Partner at SA Law, Peter Goodman gives his top tips on negotiating,
Gender Pay Gap Reporting: What employers need to know
Our employment and Corporate lawyers, join forces to explain how employers should effectively handle gender pay gap reporting and ensure their organisation…
Peter Goodman presents to the Warsaw Bar Association
Partner Peter Goodman was asked by the Warsaw Bar Association to talk about his unusual legal career in International Motorsport, media and crime.
Informal meetings and decision making
As the constitutional make-up of a company, the articles of association are the starting point for determining the procedural formalities of director…
A public look at shareholdings
The shareholders of a company are recorded in two locations; the public register at Companies House and the internal register of members held by the company…
Restrictions after a business sale
When buying or selling a business, it is not unusual for a buyer to request the seller to enter into certain restrictions.
Contractual interpretation: what’s there and what’s not
So, you’ve successfully navigated the occasionally perilous waters of negotiation and reached an agreeable foundation for a deal, but what are the next…
Companies House: filing changes
From 30 June 2016, the filing requirements at Companies House will see changes.
New corporate statements on slavery and human trafficking
As of October 2015, new government guidelines will be implemented to ensure companies are not committing acts of modern slavery or human trafficking.
The end of disguised investment management fees?
New anti-avoidance provisions have brought management fees squarely into the firing line.