Tag Archives: coronavirus

COVID-19 – Do Diving Asset Values Justify Unwinding Divorce Settlements?

The value of many assets has been devastated by COVID-19 – but is that a...

Additional Protections Announced for Renters as Lockdown Restrictions Ease

With the UK progressing on its roadmap out of COVID-19 lockdown, the current emergency measures...

Covid-19 Employment Law Update: Coronavirus Job-Retention Scheme (‘CJRS’) Extended

Vina Madhavji considers today’s announcement from the Chancellor extending the CJRS until the end of...

COVID-19 and Parental Contact With Children in Care – Guideline Ruling

How, if at all, is the duty of local authorities to allow children in their...

Employment Law Update: New Self-Isolation Obligations and Penalties

Vina Madhavji considers the new self-isolation obligations and penalties in force from 28th September 2020....

Can Contract Adjudications Be Fairly Held During COVID-19 Lockdown?

Speedy and cost-effective dispute resolution is the primary aspiration of the contract adjudication regime –...

Courts to recommence possession hearings from 21st September. But what does it mean for Landlords and Tenants?

In order to protect renters through the economic uncertainty the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown has...

Covid-19 Update: UK Government Imposes 14 Days Quarantine for Travellers Returning from Spain

Spain has been removed from the list countries exempt from the 14 day quarantine requirement...

Public Health England releases recommendations to protect BAME groups during COVID-19.

Vina Madhavji considers the new Public Health England report on Covid-19 in BAME communities Public...

Ban on Tenant Evictions in England and Wales Extended

The government Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick announced on Friday that existing legislation preventing the eviction...