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Physically returning to work? 5 key questions to consider
As the lockdown restrictions continue to be relaxed by the government, many employers will increasingly be considering how to safely return employees to the …
Future Fund offers lifeline to innovative businesses
The £250m Future Fund, announced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer last month, is now open for applications. Aimed at innovative businesses struggling with …
Returning to work – health and safety legal considerations
If you’re considering returning employees to work following the coronavirus outbreak, you will be considering the health and safety implications. But where do you …
How can you chase debts at a time like this?
Every organisation has been affected by coronavirus and getting paid has never been so important. There’s also never been a more difficult time to collect outstanding invoices – but how do you collect your B2B debts at a time like this?
Landlord’s guide to insolvency proceedings
Rachel and Kelly take a brief look at the role that insolvency proceedings plays in the landlord and tenant relationship.
Preparing for the New Normal
Chris Maddock, head of employment at Muckle, recently worked with Sullivan Brown and People Science Consulting in a series of online networking sessions with over 60 senior HR professionals. Here’s what we learned.
Keep calm and mediate… virtually
Is lockdown constricting your commercial contracts and cashflow? Susan Howe, head of dispute resolution, explains how digital mediation can help.
Can schools furlough employees?
It’s a strange and confusing time for everyone, particularly those involved in education. Here our lawyers clarify what the much talked about Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme means to schools and academies.
COVID-19: What’s next for commercial landlords and tenants?
Real estate dispute resolution lawyers Charlotte McMurchie and Rachel Templemen have some fresh insight for commercial landlords and tenants, now that forfeiture action has been suspended due to COVID-19.
Landlord’s repairing obligations during the coronavirus
Sarah Barratt and Rachel Templemen discuss the existing landlord repairing obligations, the new obligations imposed by the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018.