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  • Thursday 28th September 2017

    Flexible Working for both Men and Women

    A recent report has found that men across the UK would like to have greater workplace flexibility, as families try to juggle the demands of childcare and achieving a better work/life balance. The survey of 3,000 adults including the employed, part-time and jobseekers, was carried out by Timewise ...

  • Tuesday 12th September 2017

    Welcome to InBrief Autumn 2017

    Welcome to our latest newsletter, an opportunity to catch up with what we have been doing over the summer months and also some of the legal news that may be of interest to you, your family and your business. This month we will be at the ever-popular Weald of Kent Ploughing Match on Saturday 16 ...

  • Tuesday 12th September 2017

    Blair Gulland leads retirement tributes to Peter Stringer

    Blair Gulland, Chairman of Gullands and Trustee of Golding Homes led tributes at a gathering earlier this summer to mark the retirement of Peter Stringer, The chief executive of Kent based housing association Golding Homes. Peter Stringer retires on 30 September 2017 and has been chief ...

  • Tuesday 12th September 2017

    Weald of Kent Ploughing Match 2017

    Visit our stand at the annual Weald of Kent Ploughing Match, which takes place on Saturday 16th September 2017 at Gatehouse Farm, Marden, TN12 9SG. Gates open 9am to 7pm with free car parking. Entry costs £5 adults and children under 12 go free. ...

  • Tuesday 12th September 2017

    Summer Drinks Reception

    The partners and staff of Gullands welcomed clients and contacts of the firm at the Maidstone Museum on 27 June, for a summer drinks reception. Guests had the opportunity to see the new summer exhibition Game Plan, board games rediscovered, which has been on loan from the V & A Museum of ...

  • Tuesday 12th September 2017

    Licensing laws - a reminder

    If you are setting up a new business, buying an existing business, organising an event or considering a career in the licensed trade, you may need to apply for a licence and UK licensing laws, (the Licensing Act 2003) covers licensable activities; the sale of alcohol, providing regulated ...

  • Tuesday 12th September 2017

    Voluntary Police Interviews - approach with caution

    Due to a change in the law regarding bail, the number of voluntary interviews, both at the police station and at home, is on the rise. People who may be nervous attending a police station for an interview could agree to be interviewed at home. When attending an interview at a police station, the ...

  • Tuesday 12th September 2017

    Encouraging Entrepreneurs in Kent

    “Face everything and rise” was the inspiring advice from the Taste of Kent Awards 2017 Young Food And Farming Entrepreneur, Danielle Usherwood, speaking at a Gullands’ co-hosted event at the Medway Innovation Centre earlier this summer. Gullands teamed up with ...

  • Tuesday 12th September 2017

    A detailed look at M&A activity

    Buying or selling a business can be complex and here at Gullands, our Business Hub team will guide you through the whole process. Shares of a company are bought and sold between existing shareholders or by new shareholders under a share sale agreement. The key features of a share sale agreement ...

  • Tuesday 12th September 2017

    Don't get scammed for care in later life

    Much has been written recently about elderly people paying residential care home fees and whether after the 2017 general election there would be a new upper threshold implemented before their Local Authority would step in and pay. This caused a great deal of controversy in the press at the time and ...

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