Coronavirus (COVID-19)

19 November 2020

Justice delayed is justice denied for clients in lockdown limbo

The top five most stressful events in life are commonly regarded as death of a loved one; divorce; major illness or injury; job loss; and moving house (in that order). Some might argue that the Covid-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns should be a new addition to this list. Not only does it make life more stressful but also the first four events more likely.

David Sleight

11 November 2020

Parliamentary scrutiny in the time of Coronavirus

As a new nationwide lockdown comes into effect, Stephen Parkinson and Charlie Roe from our Public Law team, consider the often limited role of Parliament in scrutinising restrictive regulations throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Stephen Parkinson

10 November 2020

Fraud and opportunism during COVID-19

The current global pandemic has provided and will continue to provide plentiful opportunities for fraud and opportunism.

William Christopher

10 November 2020

Insolvency and furlough fraud – directors beware!

There has been much mention in the press in recent times about the amount of allegedly incorrect or fraudulent claims made by employers under the Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (“CJRS”) (furlough scheme).

Nick Ralph

6 November 2020

COVID-19 puts the spotlight on the UK’s Statutory Sick Pay

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of statutory sick pay (“SSP”) in our society.  As other countries around the globe have improved SSP in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus and help workers stay at home, we examine the SSP regime in the UK, the changes the government has made and whether SSP will be increased as we continue to live with the pandemic.

Natasha Forman (née Koshnitsky)

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