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Employment law for employees & Employment law for employers

Coronavirus – Job Retention Bonus provides important lifeline for employers

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The government is now offering a ‘Job Retention Bonus' to employers who bring employees back from furlough

Employment law for employees & Employment law for employers

Coronavirus & Flexible Furlough: Changes to the Job Retention Scheme

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Changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme which will take effect from August 2020.

Employment law for employees & Employment law for employers

Coronavirus Recovery: an overview of The UK Government’s phased strategy

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The Government has now published detailed guidance outlining how it hopes the country will gradually return to some normality in three phases.

Employment law for employers & Financial regulatory

Coronavirus: FCA Senior Managers & Certification Regime

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How Senior Managers can manage emerging and existing risks amidst the Covid-19 pandemic

UK trusts, tax and estate planning & Wills and succession planning

Coronavirus – Can I create a Will while observing social distancing?

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With social distancing now the norm, how are individuals supposed to execute Wills without breaching official guidance?

Banking & financial disputes

Coronavirus & BUSINESS INTERRUPTION INSURANCE: can other claims be made when cover is rejected?

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If insurers reject claims, could business owners claim against the insurance broker? Or other parties?

Family and divorce

Coronavirus: Will the institution of marriage survive?

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Toby Yerburgh comments on decline in marriages among opposite-sex couples

Residential property

CORONAVIRUS AND RESIDENTIAL CONVEYANCING – PRACTICAL ADVICE

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Advice for individuals buying and/or selling a home during the coronavirus outbreak

Banking & financial disputes

Coronavirus: MAC clause used to withdraw from £510m property acquisition

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Material Adverse Change clause used to withdraw from property acquisition due to Coronavirus

Family and divorce

Coronavirus self-isolation – what does it mean for you and your family?

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The Family team addresses some of the issues that may arise in this time of isolation.

Commercial real estate

Coronavirus – Can you claim Business Rates concessions?

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Which businesses could benefit from Business Rate concessions during the coronavirus crisis?

Employment law for employees & Employment law for employers

Coronavirus: Chancellor to announce support for the Self-Employed

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The House of Commons Public Bill Committee has now sought to include protection for the self-employed

Real estate disputes

Coronavirus – what should landlords expect from government measures?

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The government has put in place emergency measures to protect tenants. How do these affect residential and commercial landlords? 

Construction

Coronavirus: What protection is afforded to contractors?

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What protection is afforded to contractors against the impacts of coronavirus?

UK trusts, tax and estate planning & Wills and succession planning

Coronavirus – Can you create a Will while self-isolating?

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Six steps for how you can still think about your Wills and estate planning during the COVID-19 outbreak

Construction

Coronavirus crisis: the legal impact on the construction industry

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Employment guidance and the impact delays may have on project completions.

Family and divorce

Coronavirus: What does it mean for you and your divorce?

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A review of the issues that may be encountered in the upcoming months

Employment law for employees & Employment law for employers

Coronavirus: six alternatives to making redundancies

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Six options that could help businesses stave off the need for immediate redundancies

Corporate & Employment law for employers

Coronavirus lockdown Loosens: Government Announces Relaxation of Restrictions

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Boris Johnson has announced a relaxation of the current regime of lockdown restrictions from Saturday 4 July.

Employment law for employees & Employment law for employers

Coronavirus FURLOUGH SCHEME: FINAL COUNTDOWN FOR furloughing

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Wednesday 10 June 2020 is the last opportunity for employers to place new employees onto the furlough scheme

Banking & financial disputes & Commercial disputes

Coronavirus and D&O insurance policies – will we see an increase in claims?

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Some businesses may face claims relating to their poor planning for and reactions to the COVID-19 crisis

Employment law for employees & Employment law for employers

Coronavirus FURLOUGH SCHEME: THE CLOCK IS TICKING

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Wednesday 10 June 2020 is the last opportunity for employers to place new employees onto the furlough scheme.

Commercial real estate

Coronavirus: How should landlords of multi-tenant offices manage safety in common areas?

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Questions are being raised by businesses in multi-let office buildings over safety in common areas

Employment law for employees & Employment law for employers

Coronavirus: For businesseses are there any upsides to the lockdown?

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Is there any silver lining or, better still, a silver bullet, for businesses making it through to the other side of COVID-19? 

Residential property

Coronavirus & PREPARING TO SELL YOUR HOME DURING THE OUTBREAK

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Practical steps to take to speed up the marketing and conveyancing processes once Coronavirus measures are lifted

UK trusts, tax and estate planning & Wills and succession planning

Coronavirus: Tax and Estate Planning Tips in the Lockdown

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a helpful list of the important tax and estate planning tips you should be thinking about during the lockdown

Banking & financial disputes

Coronavirus – comment on Chancellor’s overhaul of business bailout scheme

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Janine Alexander comments on overhaul of government's Coronavirus bailout scheme

Construction

Coronavirus: Open, closed or who knows? Keeping construction sites open amidst lockdown

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Following government guidelines whilst ensuring compliance with the terms of construction contracts.

Commercial & Corporate

Coronavirus – Frustration and Force Majeure in Commercial Contracts

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Must business owners affected by coronavirus meet their obligations under commercial contracts?

Banking & financial disputes

Coronavirus and Loan Agreements: A Material Adverse Change?

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Lenders and borrowers will need consider MAC provisions more closely in light of COVID-19

Employment law for employees & Employment law for employers

Sport, Coronavirus and Employment Law

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What are the employment issues around professional sport restarting?

Banking & financial disputes & Commercial disputes

Insurance test case rules some insurers should have paid out for losses caused by Coronavirus lockdown

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Insurance test case rules that some insurers should have paid out for losses caused by Coronavirus lockdown

Family and divorce

The Challenge of Co-parenting and Coronavirus

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Our top 1o tips for co-parenting in these unprecedented and challenging times

Employment law for employees & Employment law for employers

End of Furlough – what happens next?

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Employers' options to support their businesses as pandemic continues

Employment law for employees & Employment law for employers

FURLOUGH SCHEME: TODAY IS DEADLINE for furloughing employees

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Wednesday 10 June 2020 is the last opportunity for employers to place new employees onto the furlough scheme

Real estate disputes

Court of Appeal gives judgment in Arkin v Marshall

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CoA gives judgment in Arkin v Marshall, an important appeal in which Collyer Bristow was heavily involved.

Residential property

How will the housing market change post Covid-19? Seven predictions…

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What will a post Covid-19 housing market look like and how might housing demand change?

Flexible approach taken by Court under Remote Hearings Protocol (COVID-19)

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Court showed flexibility to accommodate parties’ circumstances and ensure the proper administration of justice.