It always seems easier to do it yourself than to delegate to someone else, but a growing business depends on delegation. Learn more in our latest Law Matters Newsletter, as well as details of a VIP Day offer, and a free lawyer joke. Download NewsletterVol8No1
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Our November Law Matters newsletter is now available via our website here. This deals with making delegation work, not only on an individual basis, but also delegation by the CEO to the organisation.
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The main article in our April Law Matters Newsletter discusses cash, prompted by the collapse of Blakemores.
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In it, we write of legal apprenticeships, and give notice of a webinar by Red Spot Coaching entitled “Should I Set Up a Business?” We also explore the issue of hidden costs, which do not appear in ledger, but which can cost your firm thousands of pounds.