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Acquisition as a Growth Strategy 

For many UK and Irish business owners, growth is a primary goal, not just for the immediate gains but also for long-term sustainability. Among the various growth strategies, acquisition stands out as a particularly effective method for rapid expansion and market penetration.  Why consider acquisition?  Rapid market expansion – Acquisitions allow businesses to quickly gain […]

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The essentials of investing in a business 

Investing in a business can be an exhilarating way to expand your financial portfolio and engage with new market opportunities. Whether you are considering investing in a start-up or an established company, understanding the legal and strategic aspects of business investment is crucial.  Understand the business – Before committing your resources, it’s essential to conduct

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Articles of Association – What are they and do I need them? 

When launching a company in the UK or Ireland, one crucial document you’ll encounter is the Articles of Association. This document forms the backbone of your company, outlining the rules governing the management and structure of your business.  What are Articles of Association?  Articles of Association are a mandatory document for any registered company in

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Outsourcing IT services could be a good option for your business. But what are the legal risks? 

Outsourcing IT services can offer numerous benefits, from cost savings to enhanced efficiency and access to specialised expertise. However, while the advantages are compelling, it’s crucial for business owners in the UK and Ireland to be aware of the potential legal risks associated with outsourcing IT functions. At Jamieson Law, we specialise in helping businesses

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Mastering contract negotiations with large organisations

Negotiating contract terms with large organisations can be a daunting task for UK and Irish business owners. The perceived power imbalance, complex legal jargon, and high stakes make it crucial to approach these negotiations with a solid strategy and clear understanding.   Prepare Thoroughly  Before entering any negotiation, preparation is key. Understand your own business needs

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Is international trademark protection worth it for UK and Irish business owners? 

In today’s global marketplace, UK and Irish business owners are increasingly looking beyond domestic borders to expand their operations. With this expansion comes the question – Is international trademark protection worth the investment? Jamieson Law specialise in intellectual property law and understand the complexities involved in protecting your brand on a global scale.   Understanding International

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What is the process for selling my small business?

Are you considering selling your small business but find yourself tangled in the complexities of the process? Selling a business is a significant decision, involving numerous steps that can seem daunting without the right guidance. Here at Jamieson Law, we aim to shed light on the journey of selling your small business, offering a clear

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Why Does Jamieson Law Specialise in Tech, Media, and Growth Businesses? 

At Jamieson Law, we pride ourselves on understanding the dynamic and fast-paced nature of the tech and media industries, as well as the unique challenges faced by growth businesses. Our commitment to these sectors is driven by a recognition of their transformative impact on our economy and society.   Pioneering Innovation in Tech and Media  Rapid

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Actions to Take if Someone Uses Your Brand Name

For small UK and Irish business owners, your brand name is not just a label—it’s a representation of your identity, your reputation, and your promise to your customers. It is crucial to protect this asset vigorously. But what should you do if you find out that someone else is using your brand name?   Identifying Brand

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What happens When A Supplier Breaches Their Agreement?

For small business owners, building a reliable network of suppliers is crucial to ensuring smooth operations and maintaining quality service. However, what happens when a supplier fails to meet their contractual obligations?   Understanding Supplier Breaches  A breach occurs when one party in a contractual agreement fails to fulfil their part of the deal as

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