The Jonathan Lea Network


What is Administrative Restoration of a Company?

Administrative restoration refers to the process of applying to the Registrar of Companies to have a struck off company reinstated. This process is not available for companies that voluntarily dissolved, its main purpose is to aid companies that were dissolved by the Registrar of Companies. If your company was not dissolved by the Registrar of Companies, it is still possible to apply for a court order to have your company reinstated.

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Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) – Changes

The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) are integral pillars of the UK start-up economy. Angel investors who are willing to take significant risks by investing start-ups and small businesses will usually also want to take advantage of income tax deductions on their investment and benefit from no capital gains tax (CGT) liability arising upon the sale of their shares further down the line.

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The Jonathan Lea Network Attends The Sussex Chamber of Commerce Awards

We were delighted to attend the inaugural Sussex Chamber Business Awards Celebration, held at Buxted Park on Tuesday 20th September. It was a black-tie event so the team enjoyed getting dressed up for the evening! The event was well-organised, with lovely food and drink, which created an excellent opportunity for networking with the other attendees.

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The Jonathan Lea Network hosted the HHBA Networking Night

We were delighted to have an almost full turnout for the Haywards Heath Business Association (HHBA) Networking Event, hosted at our offices recently. With music from resident DJ, Senior Dispute Resolution Solicitor, Kent Reynolds, the wine was flowing and great conversations were held between local businesses and contacts throughout Mid Sussex.

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Do Employees Have To Use Gender Pronouns In Email Signatures?

Gender pronouns refer to the person you are addressing. They include he/him/his, she/her/hers and they/them. Most people assign someone a pronoun based on their exterior appearance, on how they dress themselves etc. However, some people may choose a different pronoun than what their outward appearance may suggest. Under the Equality Act (EA) 2010, there are nine protected characteristics including; age, sex, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race and religion or belief.

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