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With many businesses struggling during the ‘lockdown’, furlough is now a common term in employment law. Daniel Barnett looks at how this works alongside other forms of leave.
In response to the Governments measures currently in place to combat the threat that COVID-19 poses Paul Rogers has analysed what impact this might have on an employer’s duty to its employees under HSWA 1974. First published on LexisPSL on 1 April 2020, this piece looks at the risks for employers and the read more…
Nick Johnson QC and Sophie O’Sullivan look at corporate fraud in the Covid-19 crisis, the changing risks and how to protect your business.
You are invited to join a webinar on Tuesday 7 April (11am GMT) on the basic principles of endowments, awqaf, and the frameworks required.
Andrew Spink QC and Saaman Pourghadiri summarise how contractual obligations may be affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and measures taken to quell it.
“Football club vicariously liable for historical sex abuse but a girls’ boarding school is not.” LexisNexis PSL invited James Counsell QC to analyse his recent high profile sexual abuse cases.
Fiona Horlick QC recently appeared for a professional body in a Disciplinary Tribunal Panel Hearing, defending an application for costs made by the Respondent.