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Have you done your Brexit business risk assessment?

6 March 2019

Are you a business owner or senior manager? Have you considered carrying out a Brexit business risk assessment? It’s still not too late… Given the significant uncertainty surrounding the current Brexit position, it is more important than ever for business…

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Barclays & Ironmonger Curtis Free Breakfast Seminar: Future-Proofing and Business Growth

Event date: October 9, 2018

Date: Tuesday 9th October 2018 Time: 08:30am to 10:30am Location: Barclays, 1 St Paul’s Place, 121, Norfolk Street, Sheffield, S1 2JF Cost: Free! Booking: Places are limited so please register your attendance – https://lnkd.in/dq3nbnn. Barclays & Ironmonger Curtis Solicitors are…

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Laying the legal foundations for your business – free masterclass

Event date: November 8, 2017

Ironmonger Curtis will be giving a free masterclass to help businesses throughout the Sheffield City Region to ensure they have the right legal foundations in place for future growth. Ensuring your business has the right legal foundations from the start is…

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FREE Seminar – Preventing data theft and avoiding whopping great fines under the GDPR

Event date: October 10, 2017

“Data theft”, “whopping great fines”, “cyber-attacks”, “GDPR” – all scary scary things – but not for long! Cyber security experts, Datamills (UK) Limited, and commercial law firm, Ironmonger Curtis Solicitors, have teamed up to provide a FREE specialist seminar on…

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Promotion triple at city law firm

7 May 2017

Sheffield business law specialist Ironmonger Curtis continues to strengthen its team following a recent round of internal promotions. Jonathan Senior has been promoted to partner, whilst Ben Ironmonger and Toby Pochron have been made associates. Jonathan Senior joined the property…

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Residential landlords: what to do with items left in a property

26 May 2016

Whilst it is generally the case that outgoing tenants take most of their belongings with them when they leave a property, there are often instances, particularly following evictions, where they might leave items behind but do not leave a forwarding…

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Proposed court fee increase for 2015

26 January 2015

The government has announced that it is going ahead with proposals introducing a change to the way that issue fees for money claims over £10,000 are calculated. This change follows the uplift in the Small Claims track from £5,000 to…

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Money claims court fee increase

5 April 2011

From Monday 4 April 2011 the civil court fees in England and Wales rose by varying degrees.

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Can landlords sell belongings?

25 February 2011

A tenant is generally obliged to remove its fixtures, fittings, furniture, plant and machinery or other goods from the property when a lease comes to an end.

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An introduction to passing off and the protection of goodwill

21 February 2011

Passing off is a right that protects the goodwill in businesses or the way in which businesses sell their products or services; essentially passing off helps protect a business’ brand.

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