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Part 2. Asset Acquisition – Common Assets Transferred and Related Warranties in the SPA

Part 2. Asset Acquisition – Common Assets Transferred and Related Warranties in the SPA

This blog is the continuation of the previous published blog where we analysed the most common assets transferred during an asset acquisition, the transfer process, and the warranties that a buyer sho

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Part 1. Asset Acquisition – Common Assets Transferred and Related Warranties in the SPA

Part 1. Asset Acquisition – Common Assets Transferred and Related Warranties in the SPA

An asset acquisition differs from a share acquisition as the buyer agrees to purchase a collection of assets from the seller.

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A Guide to Trademarking your Business

A Guide to Trademarking your Business

What is a trademark? A trademark (or trade mark) is the ‘badge’ of a business.

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It’s Not You It’s Me: Validly Serving a Break Notice

It’s Not You It’s Me: Validly Serving a Break Notice

In the current political climate, many tenants are revisiting their leases and trying to see whether they are able to exit a property in light of the uncertainty.

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BUSINESS MATTERS: REASONABLE STEPS DEFENCE - HOW FAR MUST YOU GO?

BUSINESS MATTERS: REASONABLE STEPS DEFENCE - HOW FAR MUST YOU GO?

The statutory defence to a discrimination claim is known as the ‘reasonable steps’ defence. To successfully claim this defence you (as the employer) must prove and demonstrate that you took all reason

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Terminating Distribution Agreements Under UK Law

Terminating Distribution Agreements Under UK Law

Distribution agreements are not protected under UK legislation in the same way as agency agreements are protected under the UK Commercial Agents Regulations 1993.

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Management Buy-Out: Causation and Assessment of Damages

Management Buy-Out: Causation and Assessment of Damages

Previously the corporate team looked at Vald. Nielsen Holding A/S and another v Baldorino and others [2019] EWHC 1926, in which it was decided that directors owe fiduciary duties to their shareholders

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Do Directors Owe Fiduciary Duties to their Shareholders?

Do Directors Owe Fiduciary Duties to their Shareholders?

Yes, in exceptional circumstances. In this article our corporate team look at the implications of the recent case of Vald Nielsen Holding A/S v Baldorino [2019] EWHC 1926 (Comm).

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How to Reduce your Dilapidations Payment

How to Reduce your Dilapidations Payment

A dilapidations payment is usually required at the end of the lease to cover any breaches of the tenant’s covenants relating to the physical state of the premises.

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Key Things to Include in a Non-Disclosure Agreement

Key Things to Include in a Non-Disclosure Agreement

There are numerous circumstances when you may want to share confidential information with another party, and will be necessary to put in place protection for the disclosure of the information.

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