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Update on changes to Covid-19 temporary insolvency law measures

The temporary insolvency restrictions protections introduced in 2020 after the start of the Covid-19 pandemic are being significantly eased and replaced by new targeted measures to support, in particular, small businesses and commercial tenants. The UK Government have introduced changes …

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Can employers insist their staff are vaccinated?

With vaccines very much in the news due to the recent stories around ‘Strictly’ dancers and professional footballers refusing to get vaccinated, Employment Associate Patrick Kilgallon explores the issues and concerns that employers need to consider, including mandatory vaccination policies, …

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COVID-19 AND OUTSIDE SPACE: CONSIDERATIONS FOR LEISURE AND HOSPITALITY OPERATORS

Campaigns, like Soho Estates’ “summer festival” initiative, are pushing the government to temporarily ease regulations so leisure and hospitality operators can utilise public squares and other open spaces near their venues to serve customers, with deliveries and rubbish collections being …

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Business Interruption Insurance – FCA Test Case update

The FCA’s High Court test case, aimed at resolving the issue of whether business interruption losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are covered under certain insurance policies continues at an aggressively fast pace with a second Case Management Conference having …

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