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Can directors be personally liable for a company’s debts?

One of the great advantages of trading through a company is to take advantage of ‘limited liability’. This means that, unless you have personally guaranteed a liability – for example to a bank or landlord – then as a director you are not responsible for the company’s debts if it goes bust.

Top PR and marketing tips for small businesses

Marketing and PR can be difficult propositions for small businesses, where funds are often tight and need to be stretched as much as possible. However, by following a basic process, you can maximise the effectiveness of any PR campaign you embark upon – and gain extra ROI by making your campaign wide-ranging in terms of […]

E-Commerce Regulations for small businesses

Peijun Xia, Solicitor of Sykes Anderson LLP’s Company Commercial Department discusses some of the basic legal requirements of the E-Commerce Regulations that businesses selling and advertising on line must be aware of and complied with

How to deal with share sale disputes

Ben Hopps solicitor in Sykes Anderson LLP’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department discusses problems that can arise when buying the shares in a company from a buyers’ perspective.