Running your business

Matters / Services for running a business.

During the lifetime of your business, your business will inevitably need to change so that it can thrive and expand. The big decisions that you will have to make for your business will be important and the outcome of those decisions can often be crucial for the continued success of your business. At these times we know how important it is for businesses to have not only a legal advisor with the necessary expertise but also an advisor that you can trust.

We can offer advice and assistance for your business in connection with:

Changes to your business structure

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Does Your Company Need an Equality and Diversity Policy?

Under the Equality Act (2010) companies are legally required not to discriminate against employees or potential employees due to issues such as race, gender, age or disability. These are examples of what the Act calls “Protected Characteristics”.

Grant McCall, Solicitor Read our story

Do I need to Trademark my Company Name?

When starting out it can seem like a large expense to Trademark your company name or company logo but it’s something you should be doing if you want to protect your brand and invest in the future of the business. As a business grows, it may look to set up a franchise network, become a multi-site business or sell the business.

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What would happen to your business if you were not there to run it?

Andrew Jack and Florence Pearce, Solicitors at AMD raise the question every business owner should think about.

Katie Hughes, Solicitor Read our story

From Start to Finish

Katie Hughes, Commercial Solicitor with AMD Solicitors looks at your Business needs.

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Limiting your Commercial Risk when Acquiring a Business

Grant McCall, Commercial Law Solicitor with AMD Solicitors offers advice to businesses

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Recovering Commercial Debts in the Recession

Grant McCall explains the issues involved with debt recovery during a recession.