Guides to help you manage the coronavirus pandemic

If you are looking for information to help you manage the uncertainty created by the coronavirus pandemic then our practical legal guides are here to help you.

Can children write their own wills? - Lilly Whale answers a reader's question for Financial Times

Lilly Whale
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Lilly Whale , Associate in our Private Client team, has helped to answer a reader’s questions for a Financial Times column: “My 17-year-old twins and their 14-year-old sister have inherited a considerable sum (nearly £300,000 each)...

Civil procedure rule changes - possession claims

Chloe Benson
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Last updated and correct as of 12th March 2021. In August 2020, Civil Procedure Rule Practice Direction 55C was introduced. CPR 55C provides a temporary modification to the CPR 55 possession claims procedure and was originally due to apply from 20...

Business Interruption Insurance update - is my business covered? Five key points

Jonathan Cole
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Business interruption (BI) insurance policies protect businesses where a particular prescribed event causes loss. As the impact of the government imposed restrictions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic took effect, many UK businesses turned to their...

Could furlough be the solution for parents trying to home school?

Clare Gilroy-Scott
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The government recently updated its guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, confirming that employers may furlough employees who have caring responsibilities resulting from coronavirus, such as caring for a vulnerable individual in their household...

Should we sell my mother's house or rent it out? Lilly Whale answers a reader's question for the Financial Times

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Lilly Whale , Associate in our Private Client team, has helped to answer a reader’s questions in The Financial Times’ weekend opinion column: “My 81-year-old mother has decided to move into a nursing home this month because she’s...

Who will inherit my children's wealth? Lilly Whale answers a reader's question for the Troubleshooter in The Times

Lilly Whale
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Lilly Whale , Associate in our Private Client team, has helped to answer a reader’s questions in The Times ’ weekend Troubleshooter column: “Only recently, now that both of my children are over 18, I have started to think about what...

Do you have a European supply chain? A supply chain risk assessment and checklist will help you get ready

Nigel Adams
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Whilst we hesitate to say “take back control”, when it comes to your supply chain it is absolutely vital that you have a proactive management approach that provides oversight and control. The task is difficult in any circumstance because your...

Commercial transactions - a checklist for UK companies forming new contracts with their European counterparts

Paul Herbert
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The UK has left the Europe Union and the transition period ended on 31 December, a wide-ranging Trade and Cooperation Agreement is now in place . Whilst the principles of UK commercial contracts will not change the agreements made by UK based...

Brexit - changes to the tariff and CE marking regimes on 1 January 2021

Tom Pemberton
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    Please click here for an up to date guidance note following the EU-UK Trade & Cooperation Agreement     Tom Pemberton considers the changes to the tariff and CE marking regimes on 1 January 2021. All businesses...

Contract Killers - Paul Herbert provides Veterinary Practice magazine with contract law insight

Paul Herbert
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Experienced commercial partner Paul Herbert of London law firm Goodman Derrick has been widely quoted in Veterinary Practice magazine, the leading magazine for the veterinary sector. “English law requires a number of elements for a contract...

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