Legal implications of Covid-19 on the manufacturing sector

As we start to emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic, we address at some of the issues which have arisen for our commercial property, corporate and employment clients in the manufacturing sector and what this may mean for the industry as a whole going forward. To download the document, please click here https://www.machins.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Legal-Implications-in-the-Manufacturing-Sector.pdf

Insolvency measures extended to support struggling businesses

The Government has extended its temporary insolvency measures to support businesses struggling during the pandemic. The measures were introduced in the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act in March 2020, including protecting businesses from aggressive creditor enforcement and removing personal liability on company directors.  They are being extended till the end of June 2021. The extension

Brexit – The Legal Considerations

While it is still too soon for any certainty and teething problems are likely to persist, it is possible to speculate and draw some current conclusions on the effect of Brexit on some areas of UK legal practice.

New rules to ensure large firms pay invoices within 30 days

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The government is strengthening the Prompt Payment Code to ensure large companies pay small businesses on time. Companies that have signed up to the code will be obliged to pay invoices within 30 days – half the time outlined under the current agreement. Despite almost 3,000 companies signing the code, poor payment practices are still

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