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Join Blake Morgan and Griffins for a joint live webinar on Directors' duties and the effect of suspension of wrongful trading obligations on Thursday 4 June at 11am. Read More

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20 May - Charlotte Boatman

With the outbreak of COVID-19, there are many companies who are unfortunately not able to fulfil their contractual duties to other businesses. The recent case of Bains v Arunvill Capital... Read More

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Join Blake Morgan for a live webinar on Tuesday 2 June at 11am on how contractual agreements will change in light of COVID-19. Read More

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27 April - Penny Rinta-Suksi

Public bodies should pay close attention to the Procurement Policy Note (PPN 02/20) that has been released by the Government or risk suppliers bringing legal action against them. On 20... Read More

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22 April - Susie Dryden

The containment measures imposed by the Government have had a significant adverse impact on many businesses in the UK. Supply chains are impacted; there are material labour constraints; planned events... Read More

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15 April - Jon Belcher

On 15 April, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) issued a statement explaining how it will adjust its regulatory approach during the current coronavirus pandemic. The ICO regulates the UK's data... Read More

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7 April - Nicola Diggle

We are receiving multiple queries regarding 'force majeure' and other potential ways of reducing contract exposure given the effects of COVID-19. We hope this guide of relevant English and Welsh... Read More

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1 April - Laura Sherratt

This is an incredibly challenging time for all of us, both personally and professionally. We know that many charity trustees will be juggling the numerous challenges presented by the coronavirus... Read More

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30 March - Steve Cole

As a result of the negative impacts of COVID-19, lenders are receiving large numbers of requests from borrowers for capital repayment moratoriums and other emergency amendments to existing facilities. Many... Read More

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27 March - Tomos Lewis

We take a detailed look at the Procurement Policy Note that has been published by the government and gives guidance to contracting authorities. On 18 March, the Cabinet office released... Read More

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27 March - Elisabeth Bell

As huge swathes of the UK workforce adjust to home working to help minimise the spread of COVID-19, businesses are experiencing more cyber-attacks as criminals look to capitalise on new... Read More

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18 March - Simon McCann

Covid-19, and the measures to combat it, are having a major effect on ongoing public procurements and the implementation of major IT and infrastructure projects. Here are some common issues... Read More