We are happy to announce that times are changing and that Start-Ups and SME’s never have to leave legal unattended again!
To help you navigate the maze we have constructed some key questions.
To a large extent I suppose it depends on industry, the vision of the business and how quickly you wish to scale.
How will technology, such as blockchain, impact contract and business?
Why the old saying of “think before you ink” is not as dated as you may think.
In reality, small businesses that see legal compliance as a priority are often not in the position to hire attorneys.
At the forefront of these mechanisms are employee share schemes.
Whether intentional or not, the following aspects are often shared between businesses and those owning or controlling it.
Relinquish your rights with these quick and easy tips.
Take this into consideration when you look at BBBEE employee share schemes.
It is important for businesses to see the underlying risks in and to their healthy cash flow.
3 benefits of contracting with suppliers in writing.
For many businesses BBBEE has become a nightmare, simply because it is so widely misunderstood.
The future of shareholders agreements under the New Companies Act.
From a legal perspective we have 3 key suggestions in making 2016 a successful year for business.
When a legal crises strikes your business - how do you feel? What do you do?
As a supplier, as you contracting with minors? Here’s what you should know in terms of the Consumer Protection Act.
Know someone who should take that entrepreneurial leap? Thinking of lending them a few bucks? Think again! By doing that - you might be a credit...
BBBEE is regulated by the BBBEE Act of 2003. In April 2015 the new BBBEE Codes became effective thereby replacing the existing Codes of Good Practice.
The most notable changes according to South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (hereafter SAICA) this year are.