Coronavirus Legal Portal

The measures that Governments around the world have put in place in order to slow the spread of coronavirus are having a profound impact on virtually every aspect of life.

To help you make sense of the current situation, protect your personal position and protect your business, we have created this coronavirus legal portal detailing the help that is available to you and how we can help you deal with the specific circumstances you are facing.

For your business

Continuation of business

International Family LawThe impact of coronavirus is so wide-ranging that it is likely to have a considerable impact upon the operations of virtually every business, whether through staff absences, loss of business, supply chain problems or travel restrictions.

Commercial property

Commercial PropertyThe impact of coronavirus on the commercial property market has the potential to be wide-ranging for landlords and tenants alike.

Employment

EmploymentThe UK has moved from the ‘contain’ to the ‘delay’ phase of its response to coronavirus and has widened the circumstances in which it recommends self-isolation.

Company commercial

The impact of coronavirus may mean that you are approached by suppliers or customers to review the terms of existing contracts or, in the event of suppliers failing, it may mean you have to negotiate new contracts with new suppliers.

Dispute resolution

Litigation & Dispute ResolutionThe implications of coronavirus are so wide-ranging that businesses could struggle to meet their contractual requirements, leading to disputes.

Insolvency

Businesses and individuals will be concerned about their finances and liquidity during the ongoing coronavirus epidemic due to the difficult economic situation it has created.

Sports

Sports LawNo aspect of life has been unaffected by the recent outbreak of COVID-19, from healthcare to people’s social lives – every part of a person’s life has been touched in some way.

Emergency Injunctions

In-house barrister servicesAn injunction is a court order that requires a party to take certain steps, or prevents them from carrying out certain activities.

For you and your family

Employment

EmploymentThe UK has moved from the ‘contain’ to the ‘delay’ phase of its response to coronavirus and has widened the circumstances in which it recommends self-isolation.

Family and Relationship

FamilyThousands of families will be struggling to get to grips with new living arrangements due to self-isolation, while others may face the prospect of a loss of income during the Coronavirus outbreak.

Residential property

Residential PropertyThe impact of coronavirus on residential property is likely to last for some time, with the situation evolving over the course of months or years.

Personal insolvency

Businesses and individuals will be concerned about their finances and liquidity during the ongoing coronavirus epidemic due to the difficult economic situation it has created.

Probate

Cross border disputes and international arbitrationThe firm has a long history of managing lifetime and will trusts.

Wills and LPAs

Wills, Trusts, Probate, Estates & Wealth ManagementWe offer advice on all matters of private client work and estate planning.