Stephen Loxton explains our planning for the coronovirus crisis and the steps we have taken to ensure that our staff, clients and barristers are protected and still able to continue   The word unprecedented has been used many times when describing recent events and the monumental changes that we have been forced to adapt to […]

Given the complexity and misunderstandings that can exist in relation to the current COVID restrictions we have found a series of useful guides in relation to specific subjects.  Here we look at guidance available in relation to which tier you are in; what can, and can’t be done in each tier; guidance for travel and […]

Here are a series of guides and useful links for individuals and families living in Tier 3 area. GUIDANCE FOR INDIVIDUALS Age UK – Tier 3 – Very High Alert: what it means for you The Telegraph – Tier 3 lockdown rules: what are the new restrictions for ‘very high’ alert areas? Which? – Travel and holiday rules […]

There are some useful guides in relation to businesses operating in Tier 3. GUIDANCE FOR BUSINESSES – Plan for Jobs: Chancellor increases financial support for businesses and workers DWF – Job Support Scheme – Further extension for businesses which remain open Business Live – What help is there for Tier 3 businesses forced to close? Natwest – How […]

The current regulations governing conduct of individuals and businesses are extremely complex.  We have collected guidance that sets these out in simple terms.    LIVERPOOL Liverpool City Council – Local restrictions in Liverpool Department of Health and Social Care – Local COVID alert level: very high (Liverpool City Region) Department of Health and Social Care – Local COVID […]

Leading barristers at Kings Chambers, including Sam Karim QC, Sarah Clover and Leo Charalambides, along with Dan Rosenberg of Simpson Millar Solicitors have been instructed by Jeremy Joseph of G-A-Y, the iconic club at Heaven in Charing Cross, to challenge the latest round of coronavirus restrictions affecting particularly those in the hospitality and entertainment industry. The pre-action protocol for judicial review has […]

Several members of chambers are taking part in an online discussion on proprietary estoppel on the 15th October 2020.  Nigel Clayton’s profile is available here.  Eleanor Temple’s profile is available here.  Leeds Business andProperty Courts Forum5.30pm 15 October 2020Broken promises:proprietary estoppel in themodern worldOnline meeting Leeds Business and Property Courts Forum 5.30pm on 15 October […]

The Regulations governing activity as a result of COVID have been introduced rapidly.   In an attempt to help people and businesses keep up to date here are a series of links to practical guidance on the Regulations.     GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE The government has issued specific guidance for each of the areas with local restrictions: […]

Kings Chambers is holding a Virtual Open Day on the 15th October 2020.  It is open to lawyers and non-lawyers, pre and post-university. The event will follow on from the Kings Chambers “Open Day” on the 15th October 2020 which will be open to all those who wish to participate (subject to our IT limit) and will take […]

These Regulations come into force at 12.00 am on the 28th September. PUBLIC HEALTH, ENGLAND The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (SelfIsolation) (England) Regulations 2020Made – – – -at 5.00 p.m. on 27th September 2020Laid before Parliament 28th September 2020Coming into force – -at 12.00 a.m on 28th September 2020The Secretary of State in exercise of […]

This is the start of a monthly round up of articles about coronavirus law.  It covers many areas of law and practice, including planning, local government, construction and employment.    CORONAVIRUS LAW WHAT THE CORONAVIRUS BILL WILL DO: DETAILED GUIDANCE THE CORONAVIRUS BILL IN FULL THE CORONAVIRUS BILL 1: DEFINITIONS THE HEALTH PROTECTION (CORONAVIRUS, BUSINESS […]