Like many Teesside businesses, The Endeavour Partnership adapted to lockdown by following government advice and setting up remote working back in March. Last week marked 100 days since lockdown commenced and as businesses are beginning to reopen, the largest commercial law firm in the region has continued to offer much needed legal advice to leaders […]
The government released non-statutory guidance on the 7th of May 2020 applying to all active contractual arrangements materially impacted by COVID-19. The guidance sets out that parties should act responsibly and fairly and support the COVID-19 response to protect jobs and the economy.
Social distancing and the ‘new normal’ that COVID-19 has ushered in has meant that companies may face challenges in making decisions necessary where these were typically made in a face to face meeting. Below we answer a few questions about how a board of directors can pass resolutions they need to without the need for […]
Stockton based law firm, Endeavour Partnership, assisted their client Baltic Apprenticeships in acquiring a 51% share of RAW Digital, a Middlesbrough based training provider specialising in skills for the digital sector.
The outbreak of Coronavirus is an ongoing pandemic that poses huge issues for businesses across all sectors and of all sizes. Businesses have been forced to cease, suspend or drastically change operations and, as well as various other issues, may need to consider the contractual issues arising from this situation in relation to the various […]
Teesside accountants Baines Jewitt and solicitors from The Endeavour Partnership were called on by German engine management specialist Heinzmann Holdings GmbH to assist them with a UK acquisition that continues Heinzmann’s aspirations to grow further.
We work with many clients that are dealing with the consequences of not having contracts in place, and worryingly come to us when it’s too late. Getting a legally sound contract agreed at the beginning of every business transaction is critical. We spoke with Partner and Technology Specialist, Martin McKinnell, on the importance of having […]
Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston announced a £45 million pound investment into the digital and creative sector. This will kick-start a wider £250 million pound development creating the UK’s first Digital City. As the news breaks, we speak to our in-house technology expert and partner within our corporate and commercial team, Martin McKinnell about why it […]
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