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The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: Updated FAQs for UK Employers

The situation is moving very rapidly. We will seek to update these FAQs as further developments occur and as the Government produces any new regulations and further guidance or new legislation.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – FAQs for working remotely and the supervision of trainee solicitors

The following FAQs set out the key regulatory and employment law considerations that may arise at this time of crisis for law firms, their trainee solicitors and law students.

Legal Services Regulation Events and Thought Leadership

The hub for our Legal Services Regulation team's events and associated thought leadership material the team has produced.

Legal Defence for Psychotherapists, Psychoanalysts and Counsellors

We have extensive experience in assisting professionals, both in the successful resolution of complaints made against them and in holding regulators to account.

Legal Defence for Healthcare Professionals

Allegations of poor practice or misconduct can devastate a practitioner’s confidence, their reputation and their career.

Legal Services Regulators

We are experienced in advising the legal services regulators and supporting them in developing and operating their regulatory schemes.

Legal Defence for Doctors

During their careers, many doctors will face a complaint or an allegation brought against them. Specialist legal advice is essential to ensure the best possible outcome.

Legal Services for Accountants

Our specialist team of solicitors provides a wide range of advice and training to accountants and accounting firms on legal and regulatory issues.

Prevention of Illegal Working

We advise on setting up fully compliant systems, policies and processes to prevent illegal working, and we can carry out compliance audits.

American Services

Legal advice and support for US citizens, families, entrepreneurs and businesses based in the UK and for British expats living in the US.

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