QUALCOMM V BROADCOM – THE VALUE OF IP ASSETS

The media has been scattered recently with reports surrounding the unsolicited bid of $103 billion for Qualcomm Inc, made by Broadcom Ltd. The companies are competitors in the mobile device chipmaking industry; manufacturing and supplying these components to international computer and telecommunication companies. There is substantial scrutiny around the prospective takeover as, should the offer Read More …

New HR Scheme launched with Neeta Laing, Head of Employment Law

We are excited to tell you about a new service – the launch of a fixed-fee HR Scheme as we meet Neeta Laing, Head of Employment at GAD LLP Solicitors. What is the GAD HR Scheme? The scheme is a fantastic service providing employment law and HR Support at a fixed fee. Benefits of the Read More …

Mergers and acquisitions involving UK companies: Jan to Mar 2016

Data from the Office of National Statistics reveals that in Quarter 1 (Jan to Mar) 2016 there were 114 successfully completed domestic and cross-border acquisitions and disposals involving UK companies. Despite quarter-on-quarter volatility, the total number of M&A involving UK companies remains at a historically low level of activity.   The full report is available Read More …

The Business Show 2016

As part of their drive to develop and build on its growing Business Services Department, Gregory Abrams Davidson LLP took a stand at The Business Show 2016 on 11th and 12th May at the Excel Arena in London. The firm was represented on both days by Jonathan Abrams, Partner and Head of Corporate Law Services, Read More …

People With Significant Control

Company changes in force 6 April 2016 From 6 April 2016, companies will have to maintain a register of ‘People with Significant Control’ (PSC). The press release from the Department of Business and Skills states: ‘The PSC register will include information about the individuals who own or control companies including their name, month and year Read More …

Polythene firm fined after its safety failings left employee with permanent injuries

A Widnes based polythene manufacturer, which makes film for the food industry, has been ordered to pay £40,000 following its prosecution for safety failings. The accident occurred on 21 January 2014 during a night shift when the employee was operating a multi-winder machine that converts logs of stretch film polythene into smaller hand sized reels. Read More …

Solicitor Document Certification Services

CERTIFY YOUR DOCUMENTS IN CENTRAL LONDON SAME-DAY SERVICE DURING OFFICE HOURS Contact Us Today For Urgent Enquiries: 020 8004 7016 / jabrams@gadlegal.co.uk Certify a document as “a true copy of the original” by getting it signed and dated by a professional person, like a solicitor! Our Central London Solicitors Office is located in the Chancery Read More …

The 6 Most Common Mistakes When Selling Your Business

1. Be Decisive Once you decide to sell or retire, don’t look back. Plan what you want or need from a sale and get on with it. I am a big believer that a wrong decision is better than indecision. 2. Due Diligence or lack thereof! This applies more to the buy side (i.e. Know Read More …

2014 in Business – A record breaking year for start-ups!

NEW FIGURES REVEAL RECORD BREAKING YEAR FOR START-UPS, SAYS START UP BRITAIN London and South East maintain entrepreneurial power house status Birmingham top performing city outside of South East Entrepreneurial activity in Manchester booming, making it the hot spot of the North High levels of growth in Yorkshire and Humberside, and the East Midlands UK Read More …