Contracts to Sell a Business

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The High Court has upheld a 2 year non-poaching and non-compete clause which was in a Business Sale Agreement for the sale of a hairdressers.  The seller of the business (who was represented by solicitors) sold the business and agreed in the contract that she would not be involved in any competing hairdresser’s business within…

Why should you choose Jordans?

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Jordans Solicitors might not be the biggest firm, but we’re here to give you a few reasons as to why we’re the best and why we always ensure our client’s needs are our first and foremost priority. We know that when you have to get the help of a solicitor, generally, it’s not for a…

Commerical property lease Wakefield Trinity Walk

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Commerical lease at Trinity Walk Shopping Centre, Wakefield Keira Rawden, Head of Property and Commercial, was instructed by Mobile Media to take a commerical lease of the new LED electronic advertsing screen and Wayfarer screens at Wakefield Trinity Walk shopping centre.   The large screen is the only one of its kind in Wakefield and…

My Conference Wakefield

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On 15 June 2016, Jordan’s Solicitors were among many local businesses exhibiting at the MY Conference Wakefield. This is an event that we are proud to be a part of. The event was organised by Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commence and Wakefield First. The My Conference Wakefield forms part of the events that took place…

Wakefield commercial solicitors act for Firmus Metals business sale

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Keira Rawden, Head of Commercial and Property acted on behalf of Firmus Metals Limited in their business sale to German firm Hempel Special Metals. The Dewbsury family run firm Firmus Metals Ltd specialises in the slitting of precision strip. The new company is operating under the name Hempel Firmus Metals Ltd and Ben Wood will…

Property matters – the Queen’s Speech

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Property matters in the Queen’s Speech The Queen’s Speech every year sets out details of new  legislation that the government intends to make for the approaching year. Luckily for those of us interested in property, there are no new nasty surprises. There are a few issues that will affect us if they are brought into Law as…

Commercial Team Newsletter – June 2015

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In the bumper June edition of the commercial team monthly newsletter you can find out what upcoming events we are hosting and attending and what we have been up to lately together with some useful information on: Selling your business; Bankruptcy Managing staff; Landlords and leases. Don’t forget to subscribe, share and connect with us…

Cyber Security – Business Development Briefing

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This business development briefing provides an overview of the law in this area. You should talk to a lawyer for a complete understanding of how it may affect your particular circumstances. Here, we highlight some of the key issues that a business currently needs to understand about cyber security. This rapidly evolving field is increasingly…

Thinking of Selling Your Business?

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Are you thinking of selling your business? If you are then you might well have spoken to a business sales agent but have you spoken to a lawyer or your accountant? Recent experience has brought home to me that sellers who don’t seek advice right at the very beginning of a sales process could cost…

Commercial Team Monthly Newsletter – May 2015

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In this issue of the commercial team monthly newsletter you can find out what upcoming events we are hosting and attending and what we have been up to lately. Don’t forget to subscribe, share and connect with us on twitter and linkedin too. If you would like to discuss anything in our newsletter call us…