Setting up a Business in the UK: The Legal Considerations
Starting a new business is very time consuming, especially if the UK is new to you, with different rules and regulations. Dixcart Legal Limited (Dixcart Legal) can assist with your legal requirements in a seamless way (as well as providing access to tax, IT, and payroll teams if required) so that you can focus your time on building your …
Breaking news: Parliament must vote on triggering Article 50 to leave the EU
The Supreme Court has announced today that the Government has lost its appeal and (hopefully) resolved the question of who is able to give the Article 50 Notice to the EU in order to fulfil the Government’s intention to give effect to the result of the June referendum. The Supreme Court decided that an …
Hospitality: Hotels & Restaurants
SPEEDREAD: This is a brief note looking at some of the headline issues for those entering the hospitality sector (hoteliers and restauranteurs) for the first time. It is written from the perspective of the business as run by a limited company.
Running the business
The company acts through its board of directors and shareholders. Directors have day to day …
Brexit – Considering moving your company? The time to act is NOW!
If you run a company registered in a country within the EEA (European Economic Area), you may be considering how the impending threat of the UK leaving the EU is going to affect your business and what measures you can take in advance to best protect your business. As many speculate as to how the negotiations will affect …
New EU regulation regarding data protection
A new EU regulation regarding data protection came into force on 24 May 2016 and, following a two year transition period, it will apply to all member states from 25 May 2018. This is known as the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”). It replaces the existing EU Directive 95/46/EC. As this is a “regulation” and not …
Product Safety - Key regulations to be aware of
The sale, manufacture, labelling and distribution of many products are governed by wide-reaching regulations intended mainly to protect consumers against unsafe products. The principle regulatory framework in force in the UK is set out in The General Product Safety Regulations 2005, which implement into UK law the EU General Product Safety …