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By Adam Wadsley
Has your company been struck off? Would you like to restore your company? Here are the steps you need to take to get back up and running.
By Jayne Meacham
This update summarises the major developments in UK corporate law and regulation for listed and quoted companies since our last update in May 2016.
By Jayne Meacham
Do shareholders vote at your Annual General Meeting by a poll or by a show of hands? Whichever method you choose, there are a number of practical steps you must consider.
By Martin Palmer
The concept of the shadow director is relevant in the context of company law and taxation.
By Simon Bates
For the wronged consumer, just how difficult is it to enforce your rights when a retailer does not comply with consumer law?
By Dana Ewans
Your health and Safety policy will define how employees are expected to behave.
By Martyn Dumble
Once we leave the EU, the future of UK AML legislation will be shaped by the Government of the day.
By Martin Palmer
Brexit makes more likely a reduction in the UK corporation tax rate to 17%, and perhaps even lower rates, in the foreseeable future.
By Karen Bowley
A readymade company, also known as an ‘off-the-shelf' company, is one that already exists.
By Martin Palmer
Martin Palmer, Director & Principal of Jordans Trust Company explores what the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill means for shareholder confidentiality.
By Martin Palmer
In this article, we provide an introduction to the new taxation regimes applicable to offshore companies owning UK residential property.
By Martin Palmer
Trading in UK property via offshore companies is now much more problematic than it used to be.
By Jordans Ltd
Martin Palmer, Director & Principal of Jordans Trust Company explains why UK partnerships are good for international business.
By Jordans Ltd
Jordans Trust Company's Director & Principal, Martin Palmer, explains why the UK's tax and legal regime is attractive for international investors.
By Martin Palmer
Three types of partnership are available under UK law: the general partnership; the limited partnership (English and Scottish varieties) ("LP"); and the limited liability partnership.