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Can’t meet face to face? Don’t let that hold corporate governance back
We explain how the amendments to the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 can help businesses keep their shareholders and members safe now and into 2021.
Will the internet ever be childproof?
How safe are children on line? The ICO’s new code seeks to improve experiences and protect under 18s.
UK’s OJEU replacement service confirmed
Now the government has announced that its new ‘Find a Tender’ service which will replace the current OJEU, Alison Walton, partner and procurement law specialist, explains what contracting authorities and bidders need to know.
COVID-19 company requirements – latest guidance
What administrative adjustments should companies be making amid the COVID-19 pandemic?
How can you work remotely – safely?
While most employees are working from home, what steps can your business be taking to ensure you’re working safely?
COVID-19: Directors’ Duties in difficult times
In these challenging times, it has never been more important for directors to be aware of their duties – so what are they?
COVID-19 and the Public Sector
In the light of the present COVID-19 restrictions and the likely impact on the economy and the impact it is already having on SMEs, …
Electronic signatures and contract informalities
In these unprecedented times of social distancing and working from home, we’ve pulled together a list of FAQs so businesses can keep their operations running as smoothly as possible.
Coronavirus: Tips to help businesses manage cashflow
The coronavirus is making life difficult for everybody, but there are positive steps you can take to help mitigate losses and protect your business. …
How does coronavirus affect data protection requirements?
In these unprecedented times, the health of employees is the top priority of all businesses – but do these extreme working adjustments threaten data protection?