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 …

Ban on Corporate Directors

At present, UK companies are permitted to have corporate directors – that is, one or more legal persons (such as a company or limited liability partnership) who are directors – so long as one director is a natural person (i.e. an individual). This is to change later this year, as part of the Government’s drive Read More …

UK Mergers and Acquisitions – Takeover Panel Changes

Attached is an article I had published on LexisNexis on the recent Takeover Panel changes and how they will affect Mergers and Acquisitions of Public Companies – Has MA Overhaul Levelled the Playing Field? If you require assistance or have any questions about Mergers, Acquisitions or Disposals of either Public or Private Companies, please don’t hesitate to contact Read More …

Restrictive Covenants

A Restrictive Covenant is a negative covenant that restricts the way in which a party can act. They are commonly used in the context of Property (to govern the way in which land may be used), Employment (what an employee cannot do after a period of employment or service) or in a company purchase or Read More …

Company Loans, Debenture, Fixed and Floating Charges Explained

Gregory Abrams Davidson Solicitors’ basic overview of Company Loans, Debentures, Fixed and Floating Charges. Should you have any questions about either debentures, fixed charges, floating charges, or other aspects of company finance please contact Jonathan Abrams on 020 8209 0166 or email jabrams@gadllp.co.uk. Read More …

Bribery Act 2010 – Update: April 2011

By the end of 2011 the Bribery Act is expected to have been implemented and will have potentially crippling commercial and legal consequences for honest individuals and businesses with interests in, or associated with, the UK. Read More …