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JPP Law Blog

2018 September
Removal of travel allowance ‘did not contravene TUPE’

A decision to remove an "outdated and unjustified' travel allowance did not contravene an employer's obligations under TUPE (Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006).

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Start Up Case Study – Liz Pinks Marketing Recruitment

Background:  With 15 years recruitment experience under her belt, Liz Pinks decided it was time to set up her own recruitment firm to challenge and change the questionable reputation of the recruitment sector. It wasn't easy to go at it alone at first, but with the support from her partner, Liz took that leap and in May 2018 Liz Pinks Marketing Recruitment was born.

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Resolving a minority shareholder dispute

Power among the shareholders of a company is generally measured by the size of their shareholdings and accordingly their voting rights.  Usually, the more shares you hold the more power you have over the company itself.

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Buying or selling a business? It pays to agree key terms upfront

Adrenalin may be running high if you are on the verge of buying a business or selling the company you have built from scratch.  You may have already sought professional advice regarding the company valuation but there are other critical issues on which advice will also be needed during those early heady days of negotiations.

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