THE KINGS CHAMBERS SITE: CORONAVIRUS: GUIDANCE FOR LAWYERS AND BUSINESSES: YOU CAN NOW SUBSCRIBE
I am, for the second time, promoting the site Coronavirus: Guidance for Lawyers and Businesses. This is a site that draws across the whole range of talent, and practice areas, of my chambers and provides detailed up to date advice and links on all matters coronavirus. It is of interest to all lawyers and businesses and it is now possible to subscribe to ensure updates are emailed to you.
For example in the last hour
Sarah Clover has written on Practical Advice to Licensees following the Business Closure Regulations.
Richard Borrett has given advice on Paperless Working.
Yesterday we had Arrianna Kelly writing about the Coronavirus Bill and the profound impact this has on the Care Act.
Elanor Temple has written on the Chancellor’s Measures to help business.
There have been other contributions covering mental health, local government and the Coronavirus Bill itself.
The site covers the Coronavirus Bill, legislations, practice directions, court guidance and financial support to businesses and individuals.
Civil Litigation Brief will continue to look at the practical effect of Coronavirus on litigation (and there will be some overlap between the sites). However I want to stress the wide nature of the Kings’ site, it will cover all areas of interest to lawyers and business.
The Coronavirus site has a subscribe function – you can insert you email address and updates will be sent to you automatically. (Subscription is free).