For the fourth year running, we are supporting the CCW Linlithgow 10k and Fun Run, which takes place on 8 October 2017. Claimed to be the most picturesque race in Scotland, it is also a great community event with many local groups and societies getting involved. CCW is providing a team of runners and volunteers […]
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As corporate lawyers, we often use common corporate law terms without thinking and have to remind ourselves from time to time that not everyone (even experienced business owners) is as comfortable with these terms as we are. Here is a quick guide to some of these terms as a handy “cheat sheet” for anyone keen […]
The next phase in the recent raft of changes to company law has been postponed yet again but once in force shall require all directors of a company to be natural persons. This means that, from the commencement date companies shall be prohibited from having another company as a director.. Companies House confirmed at their […]
Last Sunday 25th September saw the CCW 10k and Fun Run in all its glory for the third year, and what a fantastic day it was. The weather was kind, the spectators and supporters were brilliant and we were, of course, extra proud of our own star runners, who joined the 800 or so participants. […]
Here at CCW, our keen runners (and enthusiastic have-a-goers) are all gearing up for Sunday’s 10k and Fun Run in lovely Linlithgow. Raising money for a cause close to our hearts: MS Scotland, we are proud to be not only sponsoring the event for the third year running, we are also actively participating in all […]
The EU trade secrets directive slipped into force on 5 July 2016 with very little fanfare. Although Brexit puts a new slant on EU legislation in the UK, there is still a programme of new EU legislation coming into force in the years to come which will apply in the UK at least until Brexit […]
For the third year running (forgive the pun) CCW are the headline sponsors for the fantastic CCW Linlithgow 10k and Junior Fun Run which is held annually in and around the historic town of Linlithgow. This year the event takes place on SUNDAY 25TH SEPTEMBER. We raise money for our chosen charity – MS Scotland […]
In business, as in sport, there is dishonesty and cheating. However, the bad guys get the headlines in sport and business cheats very rarely make the news at all. In sport, an athlete might later receive a medal once a doper is disqualified, but in business the victims of the cheats are rarely even identified, […]
It’s not unusual for many people to experience a degree of reluctance when faced with the prospect of a lawyer’s meeting. The old perception of the ‘meter running’ can be a real concern, particularly at the early stages of business start up or development planning when your agenda may not be tightly set, resulting in […]
The team at CCW Business Lawyers are eagerly preparing for the Scottish Dental Show at Braehead Arena in Glasgow on 13th and 14th of May. As specialists in the legal support of dental practices across Scotland, we are looking forward to seeing our current clients and meeting new faces at our shiny new stand. We […]
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