Shivaji Shiva, a charity law specialist at award-winning law firm VWV, has been recognised with the title ‘Legal Influencer’ by Lexology, an online service providing global legal updates, articles and analysis.
Waking up to the sobering news this morning that the UK has officially entered recession due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, employers’ minds may naturally focus on what workforce planning action might be necessary in order to achieve commercial stability in the coming months.
The Government has announced it will revise the Wills Act 1837, in response to coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (the Scheme) will remain in place until the end of October with changes from 1 July 2020 requiring increasing employer contributions.
Coronavirus has changed the way we live. Whether it’s personally missing friends and family, or organisations finding themselves shut to the public and left with limited options when it comes to keeping cash coming into the business.
With a significant proportion of the population working from home for the foreseeable future due to the coronavirus, organisations are having to adapt to new ways of accessing systems and communicating with one another.
In light of the developing situation with coronavirus, the ICO continues to release guidance for organisations on how it will approach data protection compliance in these unprecedented times.
As coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) continues to affect businesses globally, we consider how the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (Scheme) launched this week can help ease the financial strain of smaller businesses in the UK.
With the World Health Organisation upgrading the global risk of the coronavirus outbreak to ‘very high’, businesses are becoming increasingly alert to the risk of events being cancelled and contracts going unfulfilled.
Tom Brett Young, Partner at award-winning law firm VWV discusses the governments “new” immigration system.