‘To be, or not to be’ … Brexit, Act III

Scene 1: The risk profile of key border-related systems On February 28, the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee issued a statement that it had published as evidence, a National Audit Office memorandum, “The UK border: preparedness…

GDPR: Of politics & personal data

The issue of transparency and determining what use will be made of our personal data is central to its use in commerce and as we now know, it’s abuse in the field of politics. Full article from Boyes Turner can be found here.

AGM Abogados in the top 30 of the ranking M&A operations

AGM Abogados in the top 30 of the ranking by number of M&A operations in Spain in 2018 The article entitled “Los abogados que protagonizan las grandes operaciones en España” (the lawyers handling major operations in Spain), from…

United Kingdom: New guidance on age discrimination

ACAS has recently released new guidance on age discrimination including useful factsheets with key points for employers to consider in the workplace and popular myths surrounding age discrimination. The new guidance can be found here. Full…

Noriega y Riber joins AGM Abogados

AGM Abogados is pleased to announce their new collaboration with the law firm Noriega y Riber. Noriega y Riber is a highly experienced reputable law firm specialising in legal proceedings and disputes, endorsed by a large portfolio of quite…

Steps to avoid disputes for growing tech companies

Find full article here from Boyes Turner on what can growing tech companies do to avoid disputes It is hugely important to put the time and money in NOW to get strong contracts and agreements in place. Avoiding or neglecting to put these…

What you need to know before doing business in China

All too often China business and legal information is slogan-filled and hype oriented: Doing business in China is massively getting smoother as a whole host of administrative hurdles have been simplified. Beijing strong commitment to…

Brexit: The Morning after the Night Before

The British Prime Minister, Mrs Teresa May, lost the Parliamentary vote on the withdrawal agreement negotiated with the European Union last night (15th January 2019) by 230 votes. It is the largest parliamentary defeat for a UK government in…

The issues to consider before commencing a legal action

Has your business ever faced a dispute with a customer or another business? If you are contemplating issuing court proceedings, are not sure what to do best when a dispute arises or if you simply want to prepare yourself in advance before any…