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Businesses looking to "scale up" by selling into new, overseas markets may face a number of challenges, not least, deciding how to go about it.
Featured in this weekends Financial Times, Harriet Serpis explores 'can retailers demand return of goods?'
Leading South East law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore is delighted to announce that, following a rigorous selection process, the firm has joined Geneva Group International (GGI), the world’s leading alliance of independent law, accounting and consulting firms.
Solicitor Rachel Taylor at Thomson Snell & Passmore writes about preparing for your big day.
Congestion on the Dartford Crossing is costing the Kent economy millions. Tim Allen of Peter Brett Associates, discusses the issue with Chris Whittington, Thomson Snell & Passmore’s Head of Construction and Engineering.
The Financial Times Weekend publishes an Entrepreneur section which sits at the back of the Money supplement. In this section the newspaper runs three to four Business Questions each week from business owners. This week Peter Jones provided the answer to a question.
The review of the sale of interest rate hedging products (IRHPs) announced by the FSA in 2012 was inevitably never going to be a complete answer to the mass mis-selling of these products over the last decade.
Is the Office of the Public Guardian able to properly scrutinise the thousands of deputyship accounts it receives each year, asks Brian Bacon?
Leading South East law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore has advised insurance group Miles Smith on its relocation to its 12,500 square foot of new offices at 6th Floor, One America Square EC3N.
Helen Stewart of Thomson Snell & Passmore sheds light on the important subject of making a Will
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