Back to Basics – Names and Trading Disclosures

This morning, out of curiosity, I did a quick search on five of my clients’ websites looking for Names and Trading Disclosure compliance – two of the five were in breach!  The Company, Limited Liability Partnership and Business (Names and […]

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Recognition for the Corporate and Commercial Team

OTB Eveling LLP were recently nominated for the prestigious Legal 500 Corporate and Commercial Firm of the Year (Outside of London) award. Whilst unfortunately OTB Eveling didn’t win the title, the Corporate and Commercial team were delighted to have been […]

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Prepare to pay compensation – what you need to know before you instruct a Commercial Agent.

It can be common for a business to appoint an agent to conduct some of its affairs. It usually happens when a company wants to distribute its products in another country or simply in another region of the UK and […]

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Sale of Lorient North America

OTB Eveling has advised the majority shareholder of Lorient Overseas Limited, the associated US business leading designer/manufacturer of high performance door sealing systems Lorient Group, on its cross-border sale to Assa Abbloy, a global supplier of lock and security solutions. […]

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What a post-GDPR world means for business – Four things that businesses need to be ready for

Now we all live in a post-GDPR world of data protection law, what does that really mean for businesses, and what do businesses really need to be looking out for and responding to?

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OTB Eveling Recognised in Latest Legal 500 and Chambers Rankings

We are delighted to report that OTB Eveling is again listed amongst the top law firms and solicitor rankings in the latest editions of the Legal 500 2018 and Chambers and Partners UK 2019 guides.

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Sale of Torquay Leisure Hotels Limited

OTB Eveling LLP has recently acted as lead legal advisors to the Murrell Family on the sale of Torquay Leisure Hotels Limited. The Torquay Leisure Hotels business was founded in 1947 by the Murrell family and incorporates the Derwent, Victoria, […]

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Employee? Worker? Self-employed? Who knows.

The Supreme Court rules in the case of Pimlico Plumbers Ltd and another v Smith [2018] UKSC 29 There have been numerous cases over recent months regarding the gig economy and worker status, with a string of decisions confirming that, […]

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Gender Pay Reporting Revealed

The first deadline for companies with 250 or more employees to publish their gender pay gap figures has now passed. The data collected, whilst imperfect (not accounting for full time versus part time/long serving employees or comparing like for like […]

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GDPR for Employers

Okay, so you’re getting your data protection house in order, and now it’s time to think about your own workers, and what you need to do with them in relation to GDPR. The good news is that, provided you aren’t […]

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