AGM plans gone awry with re-introduced lockdown measures? Good news: saving provisions are now in place until 30 December 2020
New rankings were achieved for Intellectual Property and IT in the Midlands, and for Charities, Social Housing Finance and Court of Protection in London.
Several lawyers also received praise in the list. The ‘Leading lawyers’ guide to outstanding lawyers nationwide named both Tony Hall and Rankeshwar Batta of the Private Legal Services team as ‘elite’ lawyers.
In addition, Alex Elphinston of the Private Legal Services team, David Alcock of the Governance and Commercial team, Matthew Gregson of the Employment and Organisational Effectiveness team and Shivaji Shiva of the Charities team were also named as new recommended lawyers.
Romaine Thompson, senior partner at Anthony Collins Solicitors, said: “We are so proud of everyone who has achieved a high ranking in this year’s Legal 500. All of our teams are committed to working to extremely high standards with a real concern for their clients and, in many cases, their service users; it is great to see hard work rewarded.”
During the Covid-19 pandemic, much of the focus has been on shoring up existing delivery and, where possible, extending arrangements if it is not possible to re-procure.
The Prime Minister announced on Tuesday 22 September a new range of restrictions to protect us from the Covid crisis, some of which will apply to charities.
Following the end of the possession stay on 21 September, Helen Tucker & Rebecca Sembuuze from our housing litigation team discuss the most recent guidance, priority cases and what to expect in court.
Covid-19 has resulted, on the whole, in a marked co-operation between contracting authorities and their suppliers as everybody focuses on maintaining delivery as far as possible.
Employment Tribunal rules in favour of claimants in minimum wage case – has the interpretation of “working time” changed?
As we enter a recession, we have been here before, and a key question is what did we learn and how can we benefit from that learning?
It is anticipated that as lockdown restrictions ease, and particularly with children and young adults returning to education, cases of meningitis will start to rise.
As we continue to emerge from lockdown measures and deal with local measures and the short and long term economic impact of Covid-19, local authorities will need to re-assess how services will be delivered for years to come.
The Government first announced plans for a shared ownership right to buy in October 2019. At the time the sector raised concerns about the impact the plans would have on housing associations ability to borrow. An election and a pandemic later the Government announced, during the CIH Housing Festival last week, the return of the right to shared ownership as part of its Affordable Homes Programme (AHP).
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