COVID-19: Retaining jobs in football clubs during lockdown

In this video Tony McPhillips, partner and sports and employment law specialist, explains how the government’s Job Retention Scheme could help protect jobs at football clubs during the coronavirus crisis.

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: what employers need to know

Is coronavirus putting your people’s jobs at risk? Check out these useful links to government guidance and tools to help employers look after their people during the crisis.

COVID-19: The Impact on your commercial contracts

Here Alison Walton, partner in our commercial team, talks through how the coronavirus can impact your commercial contracts. She covers both customer and supplier …

FA eNews: Coronavirus update

Our lawyers have picked out some of the best guidance available on the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19 and how to mitigate its impact on sport and education.

Employment team Christmas newsletter

Welcome to the Muckle LLP Employment Team’s Christmas 2019 newsletter, with legal insight on the key issues for employers to consider as we look forward (hopefully) to a more environmentally aware future.

Breaking up is hard to do

Need to terminate a contract that’s not delivering? It’s a tricky situation, but dispute resolution lawyer James Pierce has some helpful advice.
Your organisation has …

5 tips for rolling contracts

Perpetual bliss or purgatory? Henry Mullen, dispute resolution lawyer at Muckle LLP, picks out the key pitfalls for businesses to avoid on rolling contracts.

Considering paying your hardworking committee members?

A token payment to reward the people that keep your club running is a nice idea, but here are some key points to consider to make sure this doesn’t cause problems later on.

Who’s in your phonebook? A GDPR update for clubs

The helpline has been very successful in helping leagues and clubs adapt to the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Due to the volume …

How to agree contracts that pay off

Expert advice on avoiding common contractual pitfalls.