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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – Key Dates
The UK’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (Furlough Scheme) has undergone several evolution's in recent months, providing much needed support for employers and employees during lockdown.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): What do the extended government protections mean for businesses?
On Friday 19 June, the government announced an extension to its program of statutory protection for commercial tenants, which was designed to protect them during the Covid-19 pandemic.  What do the extended government protections mean for businesses?
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Government extends protections for business tenants
With 30 June 2020 (the end date for the government’s moratorium on forfeiture of commercial leases) approaching ever nearer, tenants, landlords and lawyers alike have been waiting with bated to breath to find out whether the government will exercise its discretion to extend that protected period.
How the Court will interpret the meaning of planning permission and development
The recent High Court decision in Fishbourne Developments Ltd v Stephens demonstrates how the Court will interpret the meaning of planning permission and development when the legal document lacks clarity, and is an important reminder that agreements should be drafted clearly to reflect the intentions of the parties.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): “Roadmap to Recovery” for the UK’s construction industry
The Construction Leadership Council’s (CLC) Covid-19 Task Force has recently published a “Roadmap to Recovery” for the UK’s construction sector, which contains proposals for a post-Covid-19 revival of the sector while setting the industry on a sustainable path towards recovery.
South coast law firm Steele Raymond welcomes new Head of Employment Team
A leading specialist employment lawyer has joined South coast solicitors Steele Raymond to head up their experienced Employment Team.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Legal advice for Food & Drink businesses during the pandemic
The Covid-19 pandemic and associated “lockdown” has hit the UK economy hard with certain businesses unable to trade at all, whilst others have abruptly lost their traditional customer bases. This applies none-more-so than in the food and drink sector where the production and supply of goods has been largely unaffected but their routes to market, including supplying to restaurants, bars and wholesalers, have been cut off or substantially reduced.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill – what does it mean for businesses?
The government recently published its Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill, which will put in place a series of measures aimed at supporting businesses facing challenges resulting from coronavirus.