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


August 14, 2019

IR35 … who wins?

This piece of legislation has been in force since 2000 which was designed to tackle tax avoidance from ‘disguised employment’. […]
August 13, 2019

What is IR35 and how is it changing?

HMRC introduced IR35 in 2000 to tackle what they call ‘disguised’ employment, whereby a company hires freelancers and contractors to […]
May 23, 2019

GDPR – One Year On!

It has now been almost a year since GDPR became enforceable by law, after attending an event yesterday where I […]
March 12, 2019

Can I charge interest on late payments?

When your clients do not pay you on time not only does this create cash flow problems, it increases the […]
January 9, 2019
GDPR

GDPR Made Simple for Business Owners

The implementation date has been and gone and whilst there was a lot of unnecessary panic and worry. It is […]
January 4, 2019
don't copy paste

Why you should never copy and paste your T&C’s like Seaborne Freight

So it isn’t new news that the Transport Secretary Chris Grayling had awarded the no-deal Brexit ferry contract worth £13.8m […]
December 20, 2018
the santa clause

The Santa Clause – Is it a legally binding contract?

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 […]
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 […]