Can the Cost of settling a dispute over Intellectual Property between two companies be claimed as an allowable business expense for the "losing" company?
The taxman has expanded a trial scheme to resolve disputes with small and medium-sized enterprises more quickly and cheaply.
The taxman has extended a trial scheme to resolve disputes with small and medium-sized enterprises more quickly and cheaply, reports Nick Huber.
The small company I work for is owned 76:24 by the two directors, who are now in dispute with one another.
The bank mandate requires all payments to be approved by both directors.
I am fairly new in practice and haven't yet had this situation but wonder how I should advise a client if and when it arises.
A firm of lawyers contacted me for information on one of my newly acquired clients.
Is there a process by which disputes between 50:50 shareholders can be forced to resolution ? One wishes to quit the business and either sell his shares or the whole business.
I was present at client's, very important, board meeting mostly about whether the company could lawfully continue to trade in view of its financial position. Very full minutes were taken by the co
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