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COVID-19 UK: helping you navigate the aftermath

11 June 2020 | Applicable law: England and Wales

Withers' lawyers have written extensively on the changes and the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on a diverse range of sectors and industries. We have put these articles together in a selection to help you navigate the issues you may be facing.

The Covid-19 crisis is far from over. While some countries begin a slow 'opening up' - particularly in Asia but now increasingly so in Europe - others, such as Brazil, remain acutely affected. It remains uncertain just how long we will be living with the social and economic aftermath of Covid-19.

In the UK, the relaxation of the significant restrictions on individuals and businesses lags behind other European nations. For those who are particularly vulnerable, it is still not clear when their long period of social isolation will come to an end in any meaningful way. Others continue to juggle caring responsibilities with working from home. Businesses which have just about managed to avoid insolvency thanks to emergency government schemes will face tough choices and further risks as some of those measures begin to be withdrawn.

Against this challenging background, significant pieces of legislation have passed quickly through Parliament. Employers, employees, company directors, hospitality sector workers, holidaymakers, landlords and tenants, taxpayers, expats and many others have seen sudden and important changes to their legal rights and obligations.

Whatever your question or challenge, we are here to help.

Businesses

Schemes for businesses

Venture capital and start-ups

Borrowers and lenders

Commercial property

Insolvency

Charities

Individuals

Employment

Immigration

Tax

Reputation management

Wills, trusts and probate

Family, children and cohabitation

Residential property

Please Contact us at StartupFundingClub@withersworldwide.com if we can be of any help to you or your business.

This document (and any information accessed through links in this document) is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Professional legal advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from any action as a result of the contents of this document.

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