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Welcome to our July Ewire

We like to keep you up to date with ideas and information that will help you gain the maximum advantage from working with us.

Our Ewires will be sent to you regularly to keep you in touch with the latest legal news and we hope you will find these bulletins interesting.

In this edition, we weigh up the various options available for sales growth, consider the merits of public interest versus privacy in terms of disclosing tax documents and examine changes to employment law.

Guest author Rosalind Sedacca then outlines how to achieve a child-friendly divorce, before we conclude with the impact of a Swedish retirement ruling on UK policy and the importance of effective creditor management – as well as a business model offering free electricity!

If you would like further information on any of the issues reported here, please contact us.

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Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy…

Commercial Partner Jonathan Silverman is often consulted by businesses which are aiming to grow their sales strategically, but are uncertain as to whether a distributor or agency model is best for them.

Here, he outlines the key considerations…

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Public Interest v Privacy: A Delicate Balancing Act

While many may have thought that the taxman can obtain any financial records in a tax appeal, the recent case of Revenue and Customs Commissioners v Charman [2012] EWHC 1448 proves otherwise.

Intern Scott Love reports on a case that clarifies the law on disclosing documents to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC)…

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Employment Law: Some Welcome Changes are Proposed

Employment law is an area which is subject to continuous evolution. On 6 April 2012 we saw a number of changes to the legislation, which included increasing the qualifying period for unfair dismissal claims and allowing judges to sit alone in such cases. Not content with these alterations, even more are now proposed, proving that employment law is changing fast.

Trainee Solicitor Christopher Street and Associate Victoria Russell explain…

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Coping with Co-Parenting Challenges

Our Family Law Partner, Stala Charalambous is pleased to introduce author Rosalind Sedacca, who provides parenting advice to divorcing couples and focuses on the emotional wellbeing of the children.

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Pensions in the News

Pensions Partner Jennie Kreser recently commented in Pensions Week on how a European Court of Justice ruling could make it easier to force retirement in the UK. We have reproduced the article below.

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Keeping Creditors in Check

Commercial Partner Jonathan Silverman recently provided expert advice in The Business Mag on the importance of managing creditors in order to run a successful business. We have reproduced the column below.

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What’s on your Mind?

Is there any particular topic or area of law (business, private client or family matters) that you would like to see us focus on in a future edition of Ewire?

Please contact the Editor, Robert MacGinn, with your requests and suggestions: rm@silvermansherliker.co.uk.

Client Showcase: Padero South Downs PLC

This month we are delighted to showcase a recent new client of the firm, Padero South Downs PLC, which has created a business model offering free electricity!

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