Many businesses have found themselves with a vacant commercial premises as a result of the coronavirus pandemic
Elf and safety’ often gets a bad press. Sometimes this is deserved (when it’s poorly constructed or too late to be of any use), but often it’s not
It’s only been a matter of weeks since travel restrictions were lifted in an attempt to boost economies that rely heavily on the tourist industry.
The Government's Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 aims to offer vital support to businesses helping them to address challenges resulting from the coronavirus pandemic
The Government has released its plan for progressively lifting lockdown restrictions. However, many have suggested that the plans could compromise the safety of workers and are demanding that further changes be made.
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has been a lifeline for many businesses and the uptake of the ‘furlough scheme’ has been extremely high.
When I first began legal proceedings against the Government over the introduction of lockdown, the last thing I thought I would be talking about is the changes to the Insolvency Act
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has now been in force for two years. The European Commission has reviewed the past two years and subsequently released a report based on the successes and failures of the GDPR.
Hot on the heels of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR) was implemented in May 2018.
With many businesses facing so much uncertainty at the moment and as commercial relationships are tested, there is every likelihood that you will face some form of contract dispute as a consequence of the Coronavirus.