Last updated on June 11th, 2019 at 04:40 pm

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‘The Jonathan Lea Network’

HQ’d in Haywards Heath, Mid-Sussex and collaborating virtually with a wide network of trusted specialists, we provide UK business law services for entrepreneurs, technology startups and dynamic private companies. We work with purposeful clients throughout the UK and around the world, adopting a tailored, pragmatic and clear approach to each matter we take on.

Put simply, through our work we aim to increase your profit, protection and free time. We only accept instructions on matters where we know we can add value and will always ensure that clients have the benefit of fee certainty, including a commitment to fixed fees where possible.

How Long Does It Take To Get SEIS And EIS Advance Assurance?

 Published 44 days ago

It typically takes around four weeks from the date of submission to hear back from HMRC. They will either accept your application, ask some further questions or reject it outright. Given that a company can only apply for advance assurance once its important to submit the best application you can and if at all possible […]

How To Claim SEIS And EIS Loss Relief

 Published 109 days ago

How individual and corporate investors claim loss relief on shares that were subscribed for pursuant to SEIS and EIS.

What Happens To Employees On A Business Sale?

 Published 130 days ago

How the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations applies to business sales, what protections are extended to employees and an overview of an employer’s main obligations.

Knowledge Intensive Companies And The Enterprise Investment Scheme

 Published 130 days ago

An overview of the qualifying criteria that will need to be met in order to be determined as a knowledge intensive company and benefit from the additional EIS benefits available to such companies.

How A Startup Or Private Company Can Issue Mini-Bonds

 Published 143 days ago

Typically, mini-bonds offer investors returns of up to 7% per annum over 3 to 5 years. Mini-bonds are unregulated, non-transferable (cannot be traded between investors) and often unsecured instruments