The Future of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
The Government announced widely anticipated reforms to the CJRS on Friday 29 May 2020. Details of the broad outline of the scheme have been widely reported in the media and, as before, the fine detail...
Testing in the Workplace and GDPR
What should an employer do remain compliant with GDPR when testing for Covid-19 in the workplace?
The next phase of the Government’s plan in the fight against Coronavirus has meant those who cann...
Importance of complying with deadlines
The recent case of Plekhanov v Yanchenko  EWHC 1201 (comm) has served as a reminder of the importance of complying with deadlines and that there is no provision for deemed filing of an acknowled...
Latest changes to Statutory Sick pay and Covid 19
The 28th May saw the launch of the Government’s Test and Trace strategy. This raises specific queries for employers and employees as how self isolating employees can be paid and by whom. To address ...
COVID-19 - Cashflow After Lockdown
In our debt recovery blog series, we have covered the process from start to end and the problems associated with COVID-19.
Late filing of costs budget leads to hit on costs
The case of Heathfield International LLC v Axiom Stone (London) Ltd  EXHC 1075 (Ch), Axiom Stone was refused any relief from sanction under CPR 3.14 for the late filing of a costs budget.
What Conveyancing Searches Do I Need When Buying a Property?
Buying a property can seem like a daunting prospect and for many people it is their first and only time having to deal with solicitors. Whilst getting to grips with all the different aspects of the pu...
Guardianship clauses in a will
In the unfortunate event that both you and your partner pass away leaving children under the age of 18, you might consider incorporating a guardianship clause into your Will. This would give you peace...