It has been announced that non-urgent trials due to take place in England and Wales will be delayed due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
The Government has published further details of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme that allows for ‘Furlough Leave’, which is a temporary scheme lasting up to three months, for minimum periods of 3 weeks, starting from 1 March 2020.
If you work through your own limited company, you will no doubt have been disappointed to discover that the measures announced by the Chancellor last week for self-employed individuals do not apply to you. However, the guidance for the use
The Government has announced important changes to UK insolvency law that suspends director liability for wrongful trading. Seeking to provide reassurance to business directors in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Government has retrospectively suspended restrictions around wrongful trading
The Government has announced that existing rules around annual leave will be relaxed to allow workers who have not used their statutory annual leave entitlement this year due to COVID-19 to carry it over into the next two years. Most
The Government’s measures to slow the spread of coronavirus affect all aspects of life, including Family law. Child Arrangement Orders have been affected significantly by measures limiting the circumstances in which people can leave their homes. The President of the
Following the passing into law of the Coronavirus Act 2020, it will not be possible for a landlord to evict a tenant until the end of June at the earliest. From 26 March 2020 until 30 September 2020, a landlord
The new Coronavirus Act represents significant changes for those who require care, whether in a residential home or in their own home.
The Alzheimer’s Society has released an animated film, aimed at highlighting the plight of families forced to deal with the challenges of unequal social care. As part of its campaign to shine a light on ‘Britain’s broken social care system’ the
Back in July 2017, the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices made 53 sweeping recommendations in relation to the implications of new forms of work, the rise of digital platforms and the impact of new working models. Accepting the vast