- GannonsSolicitor, 2002 - present
Gannons is a London commercial law firm specialising in solutions for businesses, shareholders, investors and directors. Clients are a range of sectors with a focus on private companies and owner managed businesses.Work and clients
As managing partner Catherine manages the law firm and its clients. Having both an accountancy and legal background as well as running a business Catherine stands out as being truly commercial.
Route to Gannons
Catherine started her career by training with a firm of chartered accountants in the tax department. Upon qualification she trained to be a lawyer working in a large international law firm before setting up Gannons.Professional memberships
Solicitor, Chartered Tax Advisor, Chartered Institute of Personnel Development, Institute of Directors, Employment Lawyers Association, IFS ProShare. Association of Partnership Practitioners.Why I became a lawyer
The thrill of the deal and elevating a client's position beyond expectations. Completion is always a great moment. It is very rewarding watching the firm grow and develop.
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Share based incentives: share awards & options|Gannons
Discover how to motivate employees with share option & awards, whether HMRC approved or unapproved, + learn the corporate, employment & tax
Deferred consideration for business sale: tax |Gannons
Sell a business for deferred consideration eg earn-outs on future profits. then you increase capital gains tax & lose entrepreneurs relief.
Grievance hearings and successful grievance claims | Gannons Solicitors
Best practice guide to the grievance process. What to do. What to think about. What should happen. Your rights at every step of the process.
Retaining your most valuable employees | London Technology Week
Catherine Gannon will be discussing how you can protect your most valuable asset by using Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) options – wh
Commercial & Corporate Lawyer | Gannons Solicitors
Full time solicitor to join our corporate team. Years of qualification are less important than showing the potential to develop into tomorro
Why did Jeremy have to go? The clue lies in the law. | Gannons Solicitors
Matt Gingell, employment law specialist outlines, considers and discusses the legal reasons why Jeremy Clarkson had to leave the BBC.
Using a pension to invest in business | Gannons Solicitors
We explain what you can do with the money you can unlock from your pensions; invest in business. You can invest in sole traders, partnership
Employee shares/options – which scheme to choose? - Gannons
A look at the advantages and disadvantages of various share option schemes, including EMI and from the employer and employee perspective.
Your guide to setting up business in the UK - Gannons
You need these documents. All have implications: Memorandum, Articles of association, Directors service contracts, Shareholder agreement,
Non-UK resident selling UK residential property - Gannons
From 6th April 2015, you may be liable to UK capital gains tax. It applies to properties worth under £2million. You elect which method to ca
Business Growth Fund to consider more law firm investments
The growth capital fund which became the first external investor in a high street law firm last week has said it will consider investing in
Tribunal Case Results: Flexible Working not Gender Specific - Gannons
Traditional thinking HR professionals typically place the emphasis of flexible working on the needs of female employees, but what about the
Global Employers: Deciding Which Country’s Laws Apply to Employment Cont...
It is not unusual to find major corporations attempting to stretch or construe the law in order to best benefit themselves. When employers h
Equities layoffs have spread to Morgan Stanley. Highest paid MBA graduat...
First came Standard Chartered, with last week's decision to ditch 200 people as it closed its entire cash equities business. And now we have