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Force majeure clauses have risen from ignored boilerplate clauses to top of the agenda due to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Gowling WLG
How can we build more levers, resilience and flexibility into contracts to better cope with the unexpected? Jocelyn Paulley and Matt Harris share their experiences from dealing with the pandemic...
Clyde & Co
This newsletter provides general information and is not intended to be comprehensive or to provide specific legal advice. Professional advice appropriate to a specific situation should always be...
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
In line with the duties as set out in Keeping Children Safe In Education 2019, now is a timely reminder that schools must ensure that safeguarding remains at the forefront of everyone's mind...
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
In a recent article, we highlighted the guidance released on 5 May by Ofqual, following the public consultation on this summer's exceptional arrangements for exams.
Rollits LLP
It goes without saying that we are currently living in extraordinary times.
Keystone Law
Alison Bradley considers the contractual and legal implications for businesses under UK law.
Gilson Gray
In my blog of 16th April I reported on the statistics issued that day by Shared Parenting Scotland which showed that 61% of separated parents had experienced reduced time or no contact ...
Colman Coyle
As most lawyers with any experience of disputes involving cross border trade contracts will know, the question of which law applies to the contract and, which forum is appropriate for the determination of any dispute, is frequently an issue.
Clyde & Co
The weekly briefings are prepared to assist you with keeping up to date with the effects of any legislative, regulatory or general changes as a consequence of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
As COVID-19 restrictions are gradually being relaxed, businesses are having to adapt for a return to work in the ‘new normal'. Businesses will be concerned ...
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
The massive number of fitness to practise (FtP) concerns the GPhC has received are likely to be the result of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, says lawyer Andrew Andrews.
Rollits LLP
As the Prime Minister moves towards setting out plans for easing the lockdown, businesses are giving thought to what this may mean for getting employees back
Taylor Vinters
At our recent People Summit Series online event, we set out to explore how businesses are preparing to re-open or ramp up their operations as...
As part of its response to the coronavirus pandemic, the UK government issued guidance on 7 May 2020 ‘strongly encouraging' contractual parties to ‘act responsibly and fairly in the national interest in performing...
Rollits LLP
As Coronavirus (COVID-19) is declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation, the government announced, as part of its Spring 2020 Budget, specific coronavirus related measures in order to...
Walker Morris
In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, employers are now having to consider a wide-range of alternative working arrangements and think more creatively about how their businesses operate.
Walker Morris
Covid-19 has caused extensive disruption across the construction industry, raising questions as to the practicality of referring disputes to adjudication and/or enforcing an adjudicator's decision.
Rollits LLP
Schools, colleges and nurseries across the UK have now closed until further notice as a response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Rollits LLP
On 18 March 2020, as part of the raft of measures being introduced in response to the Coronavirus, the Government announced that it would be introducing emergency legislation...
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