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Sarah Whittock

Director

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Specialist areas

  • Commercial support
  • Customer & supplier contracts
  • Employment law
  • Company secretarial
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Acquisitions

Sarah qualified as a solicitor in 2004 and spent 13 years in private legal practice before joining Whittock Consulting as non-practising Solicitor.

Sarah uses her experience of employment law and commercial law and acts as a legal consultant, giving clients access to her skills without paying the fees of a Solicitor. With these skills, she can advise on contractual matters, employment law issues and also provides a company secretarial service particularly assisting companies with their compliance needs.

Sarah likes to pursue a few of her passions including cycling, golf and karate.

"As someone unfamiliar with creating contracts and T&Cs, I was worried before getting in touch with WCL, but they quickly made things stress free and easy for me."
Frank West

Latest news

Companies House – a few changes

Companies House has issued guidance to its customers regarding accessing its services during the ongoing pandemic. Companies House is trying to make access easier utilising electronic means. As such it is encouraging us where possible to meet filing requirements via the online portal. Currently accounts, confirmation statements, certain changes to the company and closure can […]

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Have referees blown the whistle on IR35 rulings?

When the English football season was paused due to Covid-19 you may have been missing your football fix. However, during this time a very important football match was being played out. The two teams? HMRC v Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) or referees to you and I. What happened pre-match? Premier League referees are […]

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Goodbye Job Retention Scheme, Hello Job Support Scheme

As of 31st October 2020, the Government’s current job retention scheme will cease. Currently employers can claim up to 70% of an employee’s wages who is on furlough subject to the salary cap. However, last week the Chancellor announced a further scheme aimed to continue to assist employers and prevent unnecessary redundancies. What is the […]

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