Blog: Advice and news relating to business contracts, terms and conditions and changes in the law


December 20, 2018
the santa clause

The Santa Clause – Is it enforceable?

My favourite Christmas film has got to be ‘The Santa Clause’ starring Tim Allen. Tim Allen plays a father called […]
December 19, 2018
14 day returns

Understanding the “14 day Cooling Off Period” when purchasing goods

As part of my Business Law masters, one of the modules this year has been ‘Consumer Law.’ Whilst this area […]
October 25, 2018
shareholders agreement

Do we need a shareholder agreement?

When setting up a business, business owners do not usually think about what could go wrong within that business. At […]
October 10, 2018
pig with coins

How to ensure you always get paid … and on time.

When in business the ultimate aim is to make money right? You expect to be paid for your labour, product […]
September 27, 2018
your rights

Cancelling Credit Agreements

As consumers we are protected by the law more so than if we were to enter into agreements as a […]
September 20, 2018
yoga

Do you offer ‘retreats’​ or ‘overnight’​ stays to customers as one of your services??

I wrote an article back in July which mentioned the new travel regulations that were coming into force. At the […]
August 29, 2018
handshake with dollar sign

What makes a good B2B contract?

I find it quite interesting that when I asked the question “do you read terms and conditions”, the general answer […]
August 24, 2018
BEB big

Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts

Last month I submitted an assignment for my Business Law masters. The question related to unfair terms, exclusion clauses in […]
February 2, 2018
carillion

Where did it go wrong for Carillion?

The current affairs of Carillion has brought doubt into the many minds of those in the construction industry. “Whats going […]