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Legal Health Check for Businesses

Employment is one of the fastest changing areas of law with new legislation and case law constantly setting new precedents. It is essential your business is compliant with the current legal obligations.

Conducting a legal health check and reviewing your employment documentation can avoid any potential litigation.

Our team can review:

  • Your employment contracts
  • Director service agreements
  • Employment policies
  • Director/shareholder/partnership/ LLP agreements
  • Corporate structure
  • Business lease renewal

Following review of your documentation, our team can provide you with a summary detailing areas where improvements need to be made or any other issues that become apparent.  This could be employment contracts that haven’t been kept up-to-date, lack of policies or indeed procedures that may not be compliant.  We can provide guidance and support on the next steps to ensure your business is in a healthy condition.

Taking the time to review your business can ensure that it is protected and also identify any potential issues before they arise.  Prevention is better (and less costly) than cure.

If you would like more information or to discuss any specific aspect of your business, please contact our team below on 01926 491181.

Team members

Calvin Carrington
Solicitor
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Christopher Houghton
Solicitor | Managing Director
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James Williams
Solicitor | Director
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Lisa Aitken
Solicitor
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Tim Ollerenshaw
Solicitor | Director
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