Articles and information for charities during the Covid-19 crises.
How will coronavirus (Covid-19) affect your organisations, operations and employees? Read our latest thinking.
With Coronavirus classified as a pandemic by the World Health Organisation, what are the key legal implications for our clients? Our teams across the Education, Charity & Social Enterprise, Business sectors as well as Personal Law have compiled answers to the main questions our clients have been asking us in relation to Coronavirus, and all our teams are on hand to help.
The world as we know it is rapidly changing in response to the outbreak of the Coronavirus. There is enormous impact on us personally, but also on the way we do business and there will be long term effects of the measures that are being put in place now to contain the virus. We are providing insight and knowledge on the changing landscape and how that might affect personal and business affairs across multiple sectors.
COVID-19 or ‘coronavirus’ has thrown up a myriad of questions for employers. Here we want to share with you some that we have been asked and how we have answered them so far. The guidance from government is still sketchy so we have had to fill in some of the detail working from experience and first principles. We updated this article, in accordance with new government information, on Monday 6 April, 2020.
There’s no denying that the coronavirus pandemic will have thrown many charity’s operational and financial plans into disarray, and possibly on a number of fronts simultaneously
As the situation caused by coronavirus pandemic continues to evolve, we are aiming to keep you updated with developments in the charity sector, and those that will likely impact charities. In case you missed it, our previous update can be found here.
In this week's roundup, we examine what the evolving coronavirus pandemic could mean for commercial agreements with a particular focus on contractual obligations, force majeure and frustration.