Consumers, Justice, Service Providers

5 Essential Steps to Resolving Shareholder Disputes and Safeguarding Your Business Success

Shareholder disputes can be a major obstacle to the success and growth of a business. When conflicts arise among shareholders, it can lead to a breakdown in communication, loss of trust, and even legal battles. Resolving these disputes in a timely and effective manner is crucial to safeguarding your business success. In this blog post, […]

Consumers, Justice, Service Providers

Navigating the Conveyancing Process: The Integral Role of Solicitors

Buying or selling a property is often one of the most important financial transactions that individuals undertake in their lifetime. The conveyancing process can be complex and overwhelming, involving various legal and administrative tasks. Therefore, it is essential to have a knowledgeable and experienced property solicitor by your side to ensure a smooth transaction. In […]

Consumers, Justice, Service Providers

Share of transfer

Share transfers are a common practice in the business world, especially when it comes to the buying and selling of company shares. Whether you are a company owner looking to transfer shares to another individual or a potential buyer interested in acquiring shares, it is important to understand the process and the legal implications involved. […]

Consumers, Justice

Danger: Who else has access to your phone?

On January 18, the House of Commons received the Digital Devices (Access for Next of Kin) Bill from Ian Paisley of the DUP. The bill seeks to “allow relatives access to a person’s smartphone and other digital gadgets on their death or incapacitation.”  Amazon or eBay accounts, social media platforms like Facebook or Instagram, photos […]

Consumers

Consumer Rights in Ireland

Introduction You are entitled to certain perks when you purchase a product or service in Ireland or any other European Union country. These regulations are designed to: By implementing stronger consumer rights, you will give shoppers the confidence they need to buy from your store. Be sure to research and gather enough information before making […]

Consumers, Justice

Mastercard fined £31.5m over illegal UK prepaid cards cartel

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority fined MasterCard £31.5 million for anticompetitive conduct in the market for prepaid cards. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said Mastercard had colluded with two other firms, PFS Card Services and Payzone, to fix the fees charged to retailers when customers used theirMastercard has been fined £31.5m by the […]