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Jun
09
COVID-19 - Impact on commerical contracts - Part 2
Since publishing our first article about the impact of Covid-19 on commercial contracts the Government has published the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill, which is set to bring in a number of sweeping changes to UK insolvency law.
Jun
05
COVID-19, Immigration and the Future…
Two weeks ago on 18th May 2020, the Government’s controversial Immigration Bill was voted through the House of Commons, reminding us that, despite the industry being in the grip of a global pandemic, it still needs to prepare for the future and a new immigration landscape.
Jun
05
Business Support and Insolvency: Summer Edition
Similar to purchasing the latest bit of tech, where no sooner do you leave the shop (when at least they were open) a new model is released rendering yours almost obsolete, the same could be said of the ever changing landscape surrounding the response to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Jun
05
PODCAST: The Coronavirus contact tracing app and the trust debate
Mark Blunden, head of commercial & technology discusses with Professor Mark Bishop, the societal and privacy challenges that surround the planned contact tracing app...
Jun
05
Illuminating the coaching 'GLOW'
Coaching has been described as a ‘glow word’, a term that makes us feel good when we use it, despite it having no clear meaning.
Jun
03
Rooftop Development: Legal Issues
Amid the early stages of the coronavirus epidemic, Housing Secretary, Robert Jenrick, published the Government’s housing strategy document which announced the intention to introduce wide ranging reforms to the planning system and delivery of much needed housing to the communities with the greatest need.
Jun
03
Pulling apart airspace development leases and landlord's carve-outs
The recent case of LM Homes Limited and Others v Queen Court Freehold Company Limited (2020) has helped to clarify whether Leases put in place by a Landlord...
Jun
01
Flexi-Furlough – Get ready for changes to the Job Retention Scheme
After must speculation in the media last week, the Chancellor did not ask employers to make a 20% contribution to the wages of its furloughed employees’ from August 2020; however, there are some changes to the Job Retention Scheme which employers will need to consider – including the introduction of “flexi-furlough” as Emma O’Connor, Head of Training, reports...
May
29
Covid 19 Landlord and Tenant Issues: Answering questions from both sides
Russell May answers Landlord and Tenant questions about issues that may have arisen or may still arise during the Corona virus pandemic...
May
29
NHSX Contact Tracing App and Data Protection Principles
NHSX is a Government unit founded a year ago with responsibility for setting national policy and developing best practice for National Health Service technology, digital and data, including data sharing and transparency.

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