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WEBINAR RCORDING: Employee Share Option Schemes (ESOS) and Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) Schemes
This is a recording of the webinar which took place on 28 March 2024. Watch the webinar to gain invaluable insights into Employee Share Option Schemes (ESOS) and Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) schemes. Designed for business leaders, HR professionals, and financial decision-makers, this session aims to demystify the complexities surrounding these incentive programs. https://youtu.be/LKlsukgTD1s Key Contacts JP Irvine: [email protected] Request the EMI Eligibilty Questionnaire In the webinar JP refers to the EMI Eligibility Questionnaire. Please use this form to request your copy. EMI Eligibilty Questionnaire Your name Your email Business Name
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Resolving Shareholder Disputes
In the UK, the legal landscape surrounding shareholder disputes is complex. It is governed by a mix of statutory law, common law, and contractual agreements. Understanding this landscape is crucial for shareholders, directors, and corporate lawyers alike.
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The Shareholder Agreement Format
Understanding the intricacies of a Shareholders Agreement is essential for any business, Founders about to incorporate a startup, or for a sole Founder looking to expand by taking on new co-Founders or other shareholders or investors. This legal document plays a pivotal role in defining the operational framework of a company. The shareholder agreement format is important as it outlines the rights and obligations of shareholders and the company and provides a framework for decision-making processes. A well-formatted Shareholders Agreement can be instrumental in avoiding disputes among shareholders. It can also ensure the equitable treatment of all parties involved and…
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The Importance of a Private Share Purchase Agreement
If you are buying or selling shares the Private Share Purchase Agreement is a crucial document. This article should help you if you are considering buying or selling shares in a private company as it provides a guide to the importance of a Private Share Purchase Agreement and associated documents.
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Selling a Business as a Going Concern: Be Ready for Due Diligence
Preparation is the key to success with most things in life and is particularly important when you are trying to sell a business as a going concern. This is because any potential acquirer will almost certainly want to carry out pre-purchase checks to ensure that your organisation is legally and financially sound, and it is not saddled with unacceptable debt or unquantifiable liabilities.
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Legal Considerations When Buying Shares in a Business
When buying shares in a business you need to ensure that you know exactly what you are buying into. JPP Law can help you to fully understand your rights, obligations and risks.
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Commercial Due Diligence in Business Acquisitions
Commercial due diligence is a vital process that you need to go through to check the financial position and viability of a business you are proposing to buy. It is also something that should be done when awarding contracts or agreeing to extend credit facilities.
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10 Questions to Ask When Buying a Business
Thinking of buying a business? Make sure you ask these ten questions before you make the purchase.
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Does a non-disclosure agreement offer any protection?
In today's competitive business landscape, protecting sensitive information is crucial. Companies often rely on non-disclosure agreements ( NDA ) to safeguard their confidential information from being shared with competitors or the public. But do these agreements actually work? In this article, we'll explore the effectiveness of non-disclosure agreements. What is a Non-Disclosure Agreement? A non-disclosure agreement, also known as a confidentiality agreement, is a contract that is intended to ensure that information shared between parties is kept confidential. This information can include trade secrets, financial data, customer lists, and other sensitive information that the discloser has a duty to keep…
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