"No good deed goes unpunished" - Execution of documents and deeds by companies - getting it right
Construction projects involve the completion of a myriad of deeds, contracts and other documents. Project staff at sophisticated corporate clients are usually very experienced in the business not only of negotiating such contracts but arranging for their signature too. So, what is the value in retaining a solicitor for these purposes?
The risk for the unwary is that a contract or other instrument which needs to be executed as a deed might not be properly signed off. You might have done your bit properly, but can you be sure that the other party to the deal has been as careful as you have? We will look at a couple of examples below.
Employment Changes Coming up in 2020!
April tends to be a busy and stressful time of the year for many businesses who have the end of their financial year around this time, multiple employees on annual leave over the Easter holidays, together with changes to make in line with new legislation – particularly in respect of your employees!
Be prepared - April 2020 is going to bring a lot of change to Employment Law and there is nothing like being prepared and ahead of the game in business! In order to assist, we have rounded up the key changes that employers need to be aware of and in particular, those that will impact on the construction industry.