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Get to Know Me Better: Tim Gladdle

Get to Know Me Better: Tim Gladdle

Find out more about Tim Gladdle – Senior Partner and Corporate Law specialist, based at our head office in Leicester city centre.   Q: How long have you been working in Corporate Law? A: Since around 1985 – so about 30 years.   Q: What made you want to...
Building and Development: What is Specific Performance?

Building and Development: What is Specific Performance?

What is specific performance? Specific performance is a remedy for breach of contract which is most often used in transactions involving land and construction work. The court can issue an order compelling a party to comply with their contractual obligations – a...
Direct Marketing and Data Protection

Direct Marketing and Data Protection

A number of recent Tribunal and ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) decisions, which demonstrate the importance of the proper collection, use and protection of personal data, will be of particular interest to businesses that make use of third party marketing...
How Injunctions Can Work for Businesses

How Injunctions Can Work for Businesses

Employees seriously underestimate how often businesses make applications to the courts for injunctions to restrain the activities of former directors and employees.  This occurs on a daily basis and to become involved in such a process is extremely expensive and time...
Victims of Cyber-Attacks

Victims of Cyber-Attacks

Cyber-attacks are increasingly common and are affecting all types of businesses large and small on a daily basis.  The ways in which criminals access company systems are becoming more creative and harder to spot. One method is identity spoofing.  This takes place when...
Debt: When the Worst Case Can be Good

Debt: When the Worst Case Can be Good

I read an interesting article on LinkedIn recently which argued that in some cases it would be better to stop paying your credit cards.  While this may, when taken out of context, appear to be irresponsible advice, in fact the writer’s argument was that when a person...