COVID-19 has meant that weddings, parties and celebratory events are being cancelled all over the country. In many cases these events are merely postponed, but if you are a caterer, party planner or event manager, the question you need answering is ‘do I have to refund the deposit?’
Have you been approached by a telecommunications carrier that is interested in putting a tower or other structure on your land? How do you know if the deal you are being offered is fair?
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Losing an employee, whether by dismissal or resignation, is never easy. But it’s even harder when the employee walks out the door with a head (and possibly a briefcase or USB) full of your confidential information.
Take-it or leave-it (or perhaps ‘void-it’)? Some things to consider in your Website Development AgreementsAndrew2018-08-30T08:59:05+09:30
Website developers understand very clearly the notion of the ‘information architecture’ of a website, yet not all of them get it when it comes to the architecture of the service agreement they enter with their clients
You signed a contract, but things aren't working out. It happens. In this article we explore some ways you might be able to get yourself out of the deal.
One of the most expensive aspects of running a business is paying employees. But just as great employees can be a real asset, underperforming employees can be a real drain on resources. Hiring employees is all about choosing people who are going to add value to your business. While there is no exact formula, there [...]
We realised it was costing us more... much more... by not getting professional advice.