Businesses urged to prepare ahead of new data protection regulations

With a year to go until the General Data Protection Regulation become law, British Chambers of Commerce are urging businesses to start preparing to...

Wake Smith renews legal quality mark

Sheffield’s Wake Smith Solicitors has retained the coveted Lexcel accreditation for the fourth year running based on excellence in legal practice management and client...

Solicitor urges landowner diligence to property developments

A commercial property lawyer is urging landowners to check that new property developments close to their own premises are not infringing their rights. Neil Salter,...

Chamber International helps Quickslide with import from Serbia

Brighouse window and door manufacturer Quickslide has imported a new window manufacturing machine from Serbia with the help of Chamber International. Chamber International’s Logistics Associate...

Specialist legal work supports Steps’ pioneering brain injury facility

Specialist legal work undertaken by Sheffield's Wake Smith has helped STEPS to establish a £5m neuro-rehab centre for adults requiring care and treatment after brain...

ICE urges all parties to focus on infrastructure development

The Institution of Civil Engineers – ICE – in Yorkshire and Humber has called on all political parties to put infrastructure first to unlock...

Law firm plans seminar about post-Brexit employment rules

Andrew Jackson Solicitors LLP will host a seminar in York  covering the latest developments in employment law, including the possible changes to UK employment...

FSB calls for fair deal on energy for smallest businesses

The smallest businesses should be protected from plans to cap ‘rip off’ domestic energy bills, according to the Federation of Small Businesses. A proposed price cap...

Leave self-employed alone, FSB warns parties over tax hikes

The Federation of Small Businesses is warning political parties against standing in the way of the UK’s millions of self-employed with post-election tax hikes. In...

Corporate greed will feature heavily in election campaign

One of the most significant issues in June’s General Election will be the conduct of big businesses and major corporations in the UK, according...

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Institute of Directors calls for more clarity on employee benefits

The Institute of Directors has urged the next Government to create an online portal that workers, including those in the ‘gig economy’, can use...
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