Tag Archives: Useful Links

THE LATEST COVID REGULATIONS: PRACTICAL GUIDANCE

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: […]

CORONAVIRUS: HOW HAS IT AFFECTED THE LAW? THE KEY CASES SET OUT

Over the past three months lawyers, and the courts, have been dealing with the impact of coronavirus.  This is an appropriate time to set out the key judgments where coronavirus has had an impact on both procedural and substantive law.  Here are summaries of (and links to) the cases where the impact of COVID is […]

The importance of maintaining the Rule of Law in the Civil Courts during COVID-19: Recording now available

You can watch  Sam Karim QC in conversation  discussing this issue with leading members of the judiciary including the Rt. Hon. Sir Ernest Ryder (Senior President of Tribunals), Mr Justice Hayden (Vice President of the Court of Protection), Mr Justice Waksman (Judge of the Commercial Court and of the Technology and Construction Court) and Mr […]

CORONAVIRUS REGULATIONS: THE LIST, SUMMARIES AND LINKS (TO MAKE YOUR LIFE EASIER)

There are now a large number of Regulations that deal with Coronavirus.  This is an opportune time to list them, summarise their contents and provide links.   The Statutory Sick Pay (General) (Coronavirus Amendment) Regulations 2020 – These Regulations provide that a person who is isolating himself from others in accordance with advice on coronavirus is […]

THERE ARE 110 POSTS ON THIS SITE: HERE IS A GUIDE TO HELP YOU TAKE YOUR PICK

This site has been going for a month now. During that time there have been 110 individual posts across a wide range of subjects. To help readers we thought it was time that the posts were catalogued in an easily available way. (To further assist most of the posts are categorised in any event. If, […]

GUIDANCE FOR HEARINGS IN TRIBUNALS: USEFUL LINKS

There are now a number of guides available to assist lawyers and litigants in the the specialist tribunals. THE LINKS Administrative Appeals Chamber – Face to face hearings are not being held but telephone and video hearings can take place. If a judge decides that an appeal does not need a hearing, the case will be decided […]

HOUSING LAW AND CORONAVIRUS: USEFUL LINKS

There has been much concern about the position of tenants in the coronavirus crisis.  This is encapsulated by the story of one NHS worker who was “evicted” because his landlord feared that he would, at some time, catch COVID-19.  Here we provide some useful links to housing law at this time.   USEFUL LINKS The […]

RUNNING A TAKEAWAY: GUIDANCE AND USEFUL LINKS

Yesterday Sarah Clover wrote on practical guidance for licencees who are thinking of setting up a take away business.  This is clearly important for many small businesses.  Here we concentrate on this issue.   Setting up online payments Tweeter Danny Buck has set up guidance for those setting up a delivery arm.   You need to […]

CORONAVIRUS: SPOTTING AND AVOIDING THE SCAMMERS

Some useful links on identifying scammers and protecting yourself during the current crisis. SCAMMERS POSING AS DOOR-TO-DOOR COVID-19 TESTERS Sky News reports that police have said: “People should call them on 999 if someone comes to their door and claims to be conducting virus tests”. The Independent reports that people have also offered to do shopping for […]

STAYING AT HOME AND SOCIAL ISOLATION: GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE

It is useful for individuals and employers to have easy links to government guidance on staying at home, vulnerable people and households with possible infection.  Some of this guidance was issued today and we have collated it here. We plan to update the links to guidance regularly so it may pay to check back often, […]