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  • Business Law - A Guide for Entrepreneurs

Business Law - A Guide for Entrepreneurs

£49.00

Explanation of the legal and regulatory issues affecting small and medium enterprises

Paperback i

Book printed softcover

£49.00
The legal and regulatory environment relating to small businesses is complex. As a business grows the owner or manager needs to consider the implications in areas such as employment law, health and safety, commercial property and finance. Technology and modern trading practices also raise a wide range of legal issues, including online agreements, security and the protection of IP. Business Law: A Guide for Entrepreneurs ensures an understanding of the wide-ranging legal implications of all these issues.

 With a strong economy and local and government initiatives promoting enterprise (in both the social and not for profit sectors), many businesses are in a position of growth.
 Written clearly, in language that the non-lawyer will understand, Business Law - A Guide for Entrepreneurs offers entrepreneurs and owner/managers an in depth understanding of many of the relevant legal and regulatory issues surrounding small and medium enterprises.
  • Setting up in Business
  • Names
  • Finance
  • Premises
  • Trading
  • Regulatory Framework and Consumer Protection Legislation
  • Intellectual Property and Computer Contracts
  • Employment
  • Employing Workers from Overseas
  • Insurance and Risk Management
  • Taxation
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Insolvency
Peter Bohm, Partner, Bates Wells & Braithwaite
 With a team of contributors from Bates Wells & Braithwaite

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