CORONAVIRUS LAW: ROUND UP – NOVEMBER 2020
A look at blogs and articles about coronavirus, law and lawyers from November 2020.
- Herbert Smith Freehills – LORD CHIEF JUSTICE’S REPORT 2020: COURTS IN STRONG POSITION DESPITE PANDEMIC
- RPC – To MAE or not to MAE? Commercial Court hands down preliminary issues judgment in first Covid-19 Material Adverse Effect case
- DAC Beachcroft – COVID-19: Litigation in the Time of a Pandemic LATEST UPDATES
- Stewarts – A GC’s Guide to ‘Virtual’ arbitration and the issues to think about
- Stewarts – Covid-19 and the practical implications on civil litigation: where are we now and what can we expect in the future?
- Urbanist Architecture – Planning Applications and COVID-19: Coronavirus Impact on Planning Services [November Update]
- Shelter England – Covid-19: Protection for tenants (November update)
- UK Parliament – Coronavirus: Support for landlords and tenants
- Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government – Guidance for landlords and tenants
- DAC Beachcroft – COVID 19 – Code of Conduct between Landlords and Tenants for Commercial Rents
- People Management – Coronavirus: what does HR need to know?
- Hugh James – Employment law updates: important changes for employers
- Lexology – Employment Law Update – November 2020
- Gordons – Employment Law Update – November 2020
- Stewarts – ‘Us’ and ‘them’ – the unmentioned side effects of Covid-19 on the workplace
- Kingsley Napley – Firms brace for negligence impact