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Commercial Law
Merging with another privately-owned company

A merger occurs when two companies, which are often about the same size, agree to join together to form a new entity. Mergers are friendly, whereas acquisitions tend to be more hostile and occur when a target company realizes that they have no option but to ensure their survival by being bought by the other company.

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Common causes of boardroom disputes

All company directors have one overarching duty which is to promote the success of their business.  This duty on one hand seems a simple notion but, as Mark Glenister a specialist in Commercial Law at JPP Law explains, differences of opinion about how success will be achieved can lead to boardroom disputes and have a detrimental effect on the company's success.

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Buying a business: are you getting shares or asset?

The opportunity to purchase a competing or complimentary business provides an important route to expansion, but it is important to be clear about what exactly you are acquiring in a business - whether this is via shares or assets.

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Practical considerations when mediating a business dispute

If your business is involved in a dispute and it is proving impossible to reach an agreement, then it may be time to seek professional advice from a third party.  Rather than heading straight to court, an alternative approach is to attempt to seek a resolution via mediation.

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