Business And Commercial Law In Manchester

Business And Commercial Law – ML Solicitors Legal Advice; Are you in search of experienced legal professionals who specialise in business and commercial law to assist your organisation in Manchester? Then you should consult with the highly qualified and experienced legal team at Michael Lewin Solicitors to discuss the range of business and commercial law services that we could offer to your organisation including offering legal guidance that is tailored to your business requirements ensuring sound advice and practical solutions advice and assistance with drafting company policies and employment contracts and commercial litigation services.

Personnel Today published an article on 18 October 2012 written by Laura Chamberlain reporting that "The Government has launched a consultation into its controversial plan to allow employers to offer tax-free shares to staff in exchange for sacrificing some of their employment rights".

The article says that "Business Minister Jo Swinson today set out the details of the proposal by which the Government intends to make it easier fast-growing small and medium-sized companies to hire staff other employers of any size would be able to utilise the new contracts".

Do you require the expert services of experienced business and commercial law specialists at your organisation in Manchester? Then you should make a no obligation call to the highly skilled professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors as our dedicated team could offer advice guidance and assistance with the wide range of employment and commercial law matters including drafting of company policy documentation and employment contracts as well as providing outstanding litigation services.

The above-mentioned article further explains that "Staff with the new "owner-employee" status would not be able to claim unfair dismissal which is available to most employees after two years’ service. However they could bring cases for automatically unfair dismissal meaning that staff fired for whistleblowing or taking maternity leave for example could still bring claims."

It goes on to add that "Staff on the contracts would also give up their right to statutory redundancy pay the right to request flexible working and the right to request time off the train and would have to give more notice to their employer if they intended to return from maternity or adoption leave early. Due to EU legislation employees would still be entitled to the right to request flexible working within four weeks of their return from parental leave. In return for giving up some of their rights employees would be given between œ2000 and œ50000 worth of shares in their company which would be exempt from capital gain tax."

The employment business and commercial law specialists at Michael Lewin Solicitors could use their expertise in this field of law to offer your company in Manchester the accurate and personalised legal advice that you require to ensure the best interests of your business are protected as well as being able to assist the drafting of company documentation and contracts advise and assist in various methods of employment dispute resolution and provide robust legal representation should litigation become unavoidable; so consult with our experts today on: 0113 200 9720.

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