22 May 2020

Sophie Kemp writes for the New Law Journal about the scope for a future COVID-19 public inquiry

As appeals for a public inquiry into the government’s response to COVID-19 continue to grow, this article examines the critical concerns which look difficult for it to resist.

Sophie Kemp

26 May 2020

How advisers may have to reshape their business post coronavirus – Corinne Aldridge writes for the FT Advisor

Corinne Aldridge, partner and head of the employment team, has written for the FT Advisor about the ways financial advisors may have to reshape and adapt their businesses after the coronavirus pandemic.

Corinne Aldridge

22 May 2020

Lawyers in Lockdown: Sandra Paul and Nikola Southern write for The Law Society Gazette

Partners Sandra Paul (Criminal Litigation) and Niki Southern (Employment Law) recently featured in The Law Society Gazette's 'Lawyers in Lockdown' series. They both gave their personal and professional accounts of what its like to work remotely during the Coronavirus pandemic.

22 May 2020

The GMC’s reassurances to GPs around Covid have been meagre - Julie Norris writes for Pulse

Julie Norris, partner in our regulatory team, has written an article for Pulse about the GMC's reassurances to GPs during the coronavirus pandemic. She writes that the regulator needs to tell GPs that it won’t be taking regulatory action over rationing decisions taken during the pandemic

Julie Norris

22 May 2020

Boris' NHS immigrant surcharge shake-up doesn’t go far enough - Zenia Chopra quoted in the Spectator

Zenia Chopra, Head of Client Services, Immigration, has been quoted in the Spectator about the Government's decision to increase the immigration health surcharge.

Zenia Chopra

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