COVID-19 EXPERT LEGAL INSIGHTS

Regulatory

23 March 2020

COVID-19 & The Bar: Do barristers have to go to court?

The outbreak of COVID-19 in the UK has caused unprecedented disruption and uncertainty across all aspects of our society. Workers are being encouraged to work from home where they can, to play their vital part in social distancing to prevent the spread of the infection, with self-isolation required if you, or a member of your household, are displaying symptoms of the virus. 

Kathryn Sheridan

23 March 2020

COVID-19 economic chaos – how can audit deadlines still be met?

We are living in unprecedented times.  Boris Johnson’s announcements each day, whilst aimed at slowing the growth of the global pandemic which is COVID-19 (Coronavirus), will undoubtedly have a drastic effect on businesses in all sectors.

Julie Matheson

23 March 2020

Covid 19 - a reminder for solicitors and law firms about their regulatory obligations

Towards the end of last year I commented, as part of our Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) Standards and Regulations (StaRs) blog series, that the introduction of the StaRs on 25 November 2019 was an opportunity to take stock and introduce steps to ensure compliance going forward; it was a time to prioritise, not panic.

Jessica Clay

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Can you get out of or suspend a contract because of Coronavirus?

Alex Torpey covers the key things to look out for if you are relying on the Force Majeure clause.

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Overcoming the challenges of co-parenting for separated and divorced parents

Rachel Freeman, Partner in our Family Law team, addresses some issues that we are seeing arise for separated parents in the current crisis.

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Tech in Two Minutes - Episode 7 - The Coronavirus challenge for tech coworking spaces

Andrew Solomon speaks about the challenge for tech companies and coworking spaces during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

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The legal basis for lockdown

Alun Milford, Partner in our Criminal Litigation team, provides an in-depth look at the legal basis behind the current lockdown.

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Managing your Migrant workforce in the COVID-19 crisis

On Friday 3 April, immigration partner and head of department, Nick Rollason, hosted a webinar looking at urgent issues employers are facing during the COVID-19 crisis and answered some of the key questions being raised.

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Furlough leave and the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: key legal considerations for Employers

On Thursday 9 April, Andreas White, Partner in our Employment Law Team, delivered an overview of the scheme with a focus of the key legal issues for UK employers.

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Coronavirus and the perils of signing your Will

Will instructions have apparently risen by 30% since COVID-19 reached our shores. What effect does COVID-19 have on Will signings? James Ward and Diva Shah in our Private Client team blog.

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The juggling act of a single mother, home school teacher and head of a family team

Charlotte Bradley, Head of our Family Law Team, reflects on how the COVID-19 crisis has affected working parents like her.

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The future public inquiry into COVID-19

Calls for a public inquiry are continuing to mount and are likely to prove difficult to resist. In this blog, Sophie Kemp considers the framework for such inquiries, and the key issues likely to form the core of its terms of reference.

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