• 17th February 2016

Spring Law Successfully Resist Appeal
Spring Update: Winter 2016

Spring Law’s Andrew Day and Daniel Gore successfully resisted an appeal to the Court of Appeal against a High Court Judgment in favour of Spring Law’s client, Rivertrade. The case concerned a private equity investment deal and the terms of security provided for under that agreement, and the appeal alleged that the trial Judge came […]

  • 17th February 2016

Do you supply goods or services to large multinational companies? Do you take part in tendering processes to win new business? Are you on the preferred supplier list of your client? If the answer to any of those questions is “yes”, then you must act now to be able to demonstrate your compliance with the […]

We expect a certain entitlement to privacy in this country. This is enshrined and supported by Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights which states: Everyone has the right to respect for his private and family life, his home and his correspondence. There shall be no interference by a public authority with the […]

  • 17th February 2016

Crowdfunding: Risky Business?
Spring Update: Winter 2016

Traditionally, high net worth individuals with diverse investment portfolios would finance businesses with large injections of capital. Now, crowdfunding offers opportunities for a large number of individuals to contribute small sums of money to attractive businesses or projects. This article will discuss whether the rewards outweigh the risks associated with crowdfunding. The potential risks:   […]

  • 12th February 2016

The perils of sending a Valentine’s card in the workplace
By Roland Susman and Charles Ferguson

The perils of sending a Valentine’s card By Charles Ferguson and Roland Susman I’m thinking of sending a Valentine’s Day card to a key client – please tell me I don’t need to disclose this to my boss!  Employers can and do impose rules about personal relationships.  To find out if you are subject to any such restrictions […]