Following the UK’s departure from the EU and the end of the transition period at the end of 2020, how does EU law now operate in the UK? A limited range of EU law continues to apply in the UK under the terms of the withdrawal agreement, for example, in relation to citizens’ rights, separation […]
In advance of Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s forthcoming Spring Budget, partner Mark Adams and associate solicitor Ben Jackson of our specialist Corporate & Commercial team look at the issues surrounding mergers and acquisitions in the current economic climate and examine the key factors to consider for anyone preparing to buy or sell a business.
Advice from Hay & Kilner Law Firm has helped to bring two successful North East adaptive living businesses together under one roof. Dolphin Stairlifts (North East) and Shape Adaptations have been bought by Stephen and Mary Smith and brought together to form the new Depend Group, which will act as a one stop shop for […]
The beginning of December saw the return of preferential creditor status for unpaid PAYE, NIC and VAT owed to HMRC when a company goes into an insolvency procedure such as a CVA (company voluntary arrangement), administration or liquidation. Whilst the payment over to HMRC of tax deducted by a business is clearly essential to financing […]