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Selling your shares back to the company

For business owners that want to sell their shares in a private limited company (for example, because they want to retire, have had a dispute with other shareholders or wish to exit the business) selling those shares back to the company may be a good...

Over £3,000 raised at Frettens Charity Fashion Show

Frettens were extremely proud to be main sponsors of this great event, hosted by The Churchill Foundation , the firm's Ringwood charity of the year , at The Furlong Centre in Ringwood on Thursday 8th November. With free-flowing prosecco, delicious...

Frettens take to the floor in Business Come Dancing

2018 marks the firm's 40th anniversary and Frettens have done a number of things to celebrate everything from 1978. As a grand finale to this, 10 of our team of solicitors are taking part in Business Come Dancing, performing a...

Is it too late to make an LPA when someone has dementia?

We are often asked about LPA’s (Lasting Power of Attorneys) when a relative has lost the mental capacity to manage their affairs. Unfortunately in this situation, if there is no LPA in place already, an LPA can no longer be granted. There are ways to...

Indirectly liable for injury caused at a work party?

Can an employer be vicariously liable for injury caused at an impromptu work after party? If you are injured at the work Christmas party, who is at fault?  Accidents can happen anywhere, and in some cases, injuries may not be the fault of the...

Can an individual be liable for a whistleblowing dismissal?

Can an individual be liable for a whistleblowing dismissal, along with the employer? Under UK legislation, an employee has the right not to be subjected to a detriment for making a protected disclosure, commonly referred to as “whistleblowing”. ...
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