CIVIL LAWYERS: SPEND A BIT OF TIME THINKING ABOUT EMPLOYMENT LAWYERS: A USEFUL SERIES FROM KINGS CHAMBERS
The vast majority of working lawyers are finding things difficult at the moment. Spare a thought, however, for employment lawyers. They are having to deal with legal concepts that simply didn’t exist a fortnight ago, a whole new set of rules and regulations and governmental guidance that comes out, and changes daily, sometimes hourly. The Coronavirus Employment Law Briefing on Kings Chambers blog aims to provide rapid and practical advice in this frenetic time.
CORONAVIRUS EMPLOYMENT LAW BRIEFING
Since I don’t intend to diversify this blog into employment law I thought it may help if I bring your attention to Kings Chambers “Coronavirus Law Briefing” on its Coronavirus blog. The updates deal with specific problems and issues that have been raised with the employment team at Kings. In addition to this series (which is likely to expand rapidly) there have already been posts that deal with the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme,
There are also posts that deal with the experience of dealing with an employment tribunal hearing by telephone, and the impact of the Presidental Guidance.