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Articles included this month:

Company director unfairly excluded after attempted affair
SMEs wait average of 71 days for invoice payment
TUPE changes designed to reduce burden on small businesses
Landlord ‘not justified’ in evicting dentist for late payments
Consultant’s success fee not dependent on proving success
Care home company protects its business against franchisee
New system makes it easier to apply for patents in China

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Company director unfairly excluded after attempted affair

A court has ruled that a director who tried to start an affair with his business partner’s wife was unfairly excluded from the management of a company in which he held shares.

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SMEs wait average of 71 days for invoice payments

Figures released by the Asset Based Finance Association (ABFA) have revealed that small businesses are forced to wait longer than large businesses to receive payment.

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TUPE changes designed to reduce burden on small businesses

The administrative burden on small businesses involved in takeovers could be eased by the latest changes to the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE).

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Landlord ‘not justified’ in evicting dentist for late payments

A dentist who was evicted for being late with his rent has won a legal dispute with his landlord.

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Consultant’s success fee not dependent on proving success

A public company has been ordered to pay a consultant a commission fee, despite there being no evidence that he contributed to the success of a special business project.

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Care home company protects its business against franchisee

A care home company has successfully stopped one of its former franchisees setting up a rival business and competing for the same clients.

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New system makes it easier to apply for patents in China

A new programme has been launched that will make it easier for UK businesses to apply for patents in China.

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