Enforcing intellectual property rights is now much more affordable for the SME.
Michael Axe in RB’s Commercial Disputes team looks at the practical effects of the Insurance Act
Rix & Kay’s Residential Property Team reflect on the state of the market in some key locations across Sussex.
In this article, Atiq Bhagwan and Liane Simmonds of Rawlison Butler, explain what IPRs you may own and how you can protect them.
General Data Protection Regulation: What do employers need to do to prepare?
James Colvin, Partner at law firm DMH Stallard, looks at some of the ways businesses can guard against disruptive contract disputes
In the midst of Brexit, don’t forget about the fundamental changes already being made
Lisa Downs, Partner in Rawlison Butler’s Commercial Team, suggests five key issues to address in your B2B contracts.
Employment Law requires employers to deal with their employees “reasonably”.
Realising the benefits of 3D printing, by Robert Ganpatsingh, Partner at law firm, DMH Stallard.
Michael Derrick explores three considerations for business owners in estate management
Harry Sherrard, Principal at Sherrards Employment Law, advises how businesses can protect their information.
If you’re planning a business relocation, you will want this process to be as smooth as possible.
Kelly Mills looks at how small and medium sized enterprises can help ensure they get paid on time.
Why business succession planning is vital to your business.
Ian Trevett met with Harry Sherrard to talk about employment law – and avoiding tribunals.
Are large corporates really leading a work-culture revolution?
Robert Frampton of Herrington Carmichael, on the requirement to publish gender wage differences
Are smart buildings the future?
Meet some of the DMH Stallard team members, as the company continues to expand.
Christine Gannon, DMH Stallard Associate, explains how to deal with employees who have a temper.
A look back at 2016 from DMH Stallard’s point of view.
After Brexit, the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016 for keeping information secure will still be implemented, but with changes
So called “VAT carousel” frauds can cost HMRC millions, but how do innocent companies protect themselves?
The worries following Brexit seem to have been spared for the time being, with the economy looking stable.
How businesses should deal with employees attempting to get a few days leave… without permission
Find out Sarah Cook’s, a member of DMH Stallard’s team, top ten tips on protecting IP and confidential information
Post-Brexit, many business owners may feel that dipping a toe or two into international waters is not only preferable, it is necessary.
A personal example of how to expand a medium sized business with Andy Leslie, Chairman of Network Aviation Group
DDoS protection and learning how to protect from DDoS attacks must be at the core of a successful cyber-security strategy
Dawn Raids are usually completely unexpected. This articles gives expert advice on avoiding any issues if one takes place.
Top 10 mistakes employers make in the Employment Tribunal by Tony Hyams-Parish, Partner and Head of Employment at Rawlison Butler.
M&A Continues to Grow Regionally for DMH Stallard.
A happy and sad tale by DMH Stallard partners Philip Morton and Claire Carberry
In the age of no win, no fee compensation, is it time to review your lone working policies and procedures?
The Acumen Business Convention brings together business leaders from across the South East for a day of inspiration.
If you are embarking on a second or subsequent marriage then there are important legal points to consider.
Interview with Lizzie Boyce, Corporate Partnerships Officer at IntoUniversity. Feature sponsored by DMH Stallard.
It has been an exciting start to the year for DMH Stallard, who has picked up a remarkable two awards at Insider’s South East Dealmakers Awards 2016.
For many companies, the time and money needed to tender for public sector work has often proved to be a considerable barrier for many years.
Wendy Ryle, Family Solicitor at Sussex law firm Burt Brill & Cardens continues her series of articles on divorce and related issues.
An injury to a business owner – impacting upon their ability to work in or manage the business can be catastrophic to the business as well as the individual.
After closing the MBO of Small Batch in November and the sale of Brightwave in December, DMH Stallard’s Corporate Group has been shortlisted five times for the 2016 Insider South East Dealmakers Awards.
DMH Stallard assists Brighton based E-learning business, Brightwave Group in its sale to Capita PLC.
SieteVisibility Managing Director Jason Woodford talks to Ian Trevett….
Recent national statistics show that about 236,000 people in England and Wales start divorce proceedings each year…
How are businesses making the most of growing investor confidence? DMH Stallard reveal
Wise Words from Richard Pollins at DMH Stallard, starting with reliability…
Ian Trevett speaks to Lorna Fairbairn, the Head of DMH Stallard Private Client Department…
Bennett Griffin welcomes Jeremy Wootton to their Commercial Property Team…
Scott Garner, Head of Business Development at DMH Stallard explains the road to successful exports…
Ian Trevett interviews the Head of Property for Bennett Griffin, Rob Fawcett.
Why more and more businesses are considering M&A by DMH Stallard
Richard Pollins speaks to Ian Trevett about his ambitions and plans for DMH Stallard.
It is often the case that tenants will be subject to a dilapidations claim when vacating their business premises…
Many purchasers of a business pay insufficient attention to the issue of its employees…
Are you thinking of retiring and selling your business? Or perhaps you are looking to expand and buy out…
Rix & Kay discuss alternative dispute resolution and litigation through the court system…
Now might be the time to read your EPC rating of your building and act…
Changes in the capital allowances rules, which come into effect this month.
Issues to consider when setting up a business to help make the journey a smooth and painless experience.