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Greg Simpson of Press for Attention PR explains how to pitch your stories to the media. Last week, I assembled a panel of local, regional...

Divorce and the business owner: Tips for the unwary

By Fiona Apthorpe, head of the family law team at Geldards. In previous articles I have offered guidance for those seeking to protect the family...

Disability discrimination at work: Is it still discrimination if you don’t...

By Ian Lewis, senior consultant in company commercial law and employment law at Bray & Bray. The Court of Appeal has issued an important judgement...

Exploring international opportunities: 5 ways to unlock global potential

Exporting your products or services can take your business to a whole new level. But how do you start on the export trail? Alistair...

Allied Irish Bank (GB) – Thoughts on managing Foreign Exchange Risk

As many Companies are well into the budgeting process for 2016 there are various economic and political risks that may impact your foreign exchange...

Preserving the family business

By Fiona Apthorpe, head of the family law team at Geldards. As a family lawyer working in a commercial law firm, I have seen at...

What does the Starbucks dyslexia discrimination case mean for your business?

Deborah Scales, solicitor at Cartwright King, explains what the highly publicised discrimination case means for your business. A tribunal recently found that Starbucks had discriminated...

Top tips for divorce

Fiona Apthorpe, head of the family team at Geldards, offers her top tips for divorce. Statistically, 42% of British marriages end in divorce and whilst...

Do layoff periods have to be reasonable?

Ian Lewis, senior consultant in company commercial law and employment law at Bray & Bray, explains the ins and outs of layoff periods. What is...

The myth of the “common law wife”

Fiona Apthorpe, head of the family team at Geldards, discusses the myth of the "common law wife." It was reported last month that a 69...

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Six steps to successful networking, by Fiona Duncan Founder/Director of RSViP...

  This month, we catch up with Fiona Duncan, the Founder/Director of RSViP Business Network, who offers some timely advice on successful networking:    Prepare- Most...

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