A business is only as strong as its weakest third party, says Arwen Handley
Security leaders said they were worried about group legal settlements following a serious data breach, research has revealed
A lawyer has warned of an uptick in commercial insolvencies following survey results from the Bank of England showing an increase in small company defaults
There’s plenty of scope for growth if firms prove their cross-border worth and work on pricing and service delivery, explains Jim Leason
The FCA is prosecuting NatWest for money laundering breaches, causing shockwaves across the financial community.
Mergers have dropped to a nine-year low, reflecting caution in the covid-19 environment, according to accountancy firm Hazlewoods
The Independent Business Banking Resolution Service (BBRS) has nowopened for business. The BBRS is a dispute resolution service set up to resolve complaint
The unique role of law firms puts us at the heart of the sustainability drive, says Maria Connolly
Critics say law reform could “disincentivise" business investment
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