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Law Society guidance published on the employment implications of reorganising a business

Owners and managers considering reorganising their business organisation will benefit from guidance published by the Law Society on the employment law issues that can arise.

The guidance, Reorganising your business: Employment law implications, helps businesses recognise and plan for some of the key employment issues that can arise if, for example, the reorganisation may involve redundancies or transfer of a part of the business.

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Alex Cook is a Director at Helix. Alex initially trained academically as an unregistered barrister and was a Partner and Head of Civil Litigation at a large firm based in the South East before joining Helix Law. As well as focussing on expanding Helix, Alex specialises in commercial and property related litigation and he has acted for a broad range of clients including offshore property investment funds, small businesses and individual property owners.

This article is written to raise awareness of the issues it discusses and it may not be updated after it is first written, even if the law changes. It is not intended to be legal advice and cannot be relied on as such. Helix Law is not responsible or liable for any action taken or not taken as a result of  this article. If you think the matters set out affect you and you wish to apply them to your particular circumstances then we are happy to give you free initial telephone advice. 

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