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What are warranties?

United Kingdom - September 7 2016 A recent High Court case has clarified what exactly a warranty is. The facts and context of the case were quite technical, but stripped back, the

The impact of FRS 102 on your business

United Kingdom - July 22 2016 The implementation of FRS 102, new UK Accounting Rules for business owners, are being cited by the Financial Reporting Council as the most

Statutory Demands - what you need to know

United Kingdom - August 12 2016 A statutory demand is a formal demand for a debt by a creditor on its debtor. Failure by the debtor to pay the debt, satisfy or secure it to the

Defending Wrongful Trading

United Kingdom - June 27 2016 The recent case of Re Ralls Builders Limited has confirmed that in circumstances where the company is heading for liquidation directors cannot escape

Brexit? - what next? berg MD Richard Clark talks to Radio 5 Live

European Union, United Kingdom - June 28 2016 On June 23rd 2016, the UK voted historically to leave the European Union. After months of campaigning the results were announced early on Friday 24th

Crowdfunding - alternative finance for a tech future

United Kingdom - October 11 2016 The alternative finance industry is quickly becoming of vast importance in the business funding landscape and within the UK economy. The global

Privatisation of Land Registry: delayed, perhaps abandoned.

United Kingdom - October 11 2016 In June of this year, berg reported that governmental plans to privatise the Land Registry were gathering momentum. Whilst no decisions had been

Alert: Holiday pay and commission: British Gas v Lock

European Union, United Kingdom - October 10 2016 Mr Lock was a salesman on a basic salary with variable commission paid in arrears. Mr Lock could not earn commission whilst on annual leave and

The Dash for Cash: Leaked files reveal RBS crushed British Businesses

United Kingdom - October 10 2016 A special investigation has uncovered secret RBS files which show the bank deliberately crippled thousands of businesses during the recession to add

‘No rush’ as the FCA receive final version of S166 report but what’s the impact for RBS customers?

United Kingdom - October 6 2016 The Financial Conduct Authority has received the final version of the long awaited report into alleged misconduct at Royal Bank of Scotland's