Debt Management Recovery and Enforcement in a Post-Pandemic World Seminar

We recently co-hosted our first in-person seminar of the year at the Hotel Du Vin in Brighton in partnership with our friends at Rutherford’s Bailiff & Collection Services.

The topic was ‘Debt recovery, management and enforcing in a post-pandemic world’ which offered interesting insights into how to avoid debts as well as tips on effective debt-management solutions.

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JLN’s Global Expansion! New Consultant Solicitors in Spain, Prague, LA and Yorkshire

We are pleased to announce that over the last few months we have recruited several new experienced consultant solicitors, most of whom are based in different countries albeit practicing as UK solicitors.

Those that we have welcomed include Mark Nierada, Vladimir Ambruz, Lara Akinlude and Ben Holmes.

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Debt Management Recovery, And Enforcement In A Post-Pandemic World

How to stay ahead of the game, by avoiding debts become bad in the first place, by effective debt management and how to take action to enforce your debts, when to take action and when writing off debts is the most effective solution.

Are you struggling with overdue invoices and having trouble obtaining payment from stubborn debtors? If so, this hybrid seminar / webinar may be beneficial for you. For those that attend the physical webinar event, it also provides an ideal opportunity to network with local business contacts and a free lunch will be provided.

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The potential pitfalls of referring to employee share option plans in employment offers and contracts and how to do so safely

What are employee share option plans and why would you implement them?

Employee share options provide employees with rights to acquire shares in a company (usually the employing company or a member of the same group) at a pre-agreed fixed price (often called the exercise price or strike price) in the future. Normally, the exercise price is the market value of the shares at the time the option is granted.

For example, an employee could be granted an option to buy 100 shares at a price of £1.00 per share.

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