We continue to respond the Coronavirus (Covid-19) situation and to ensure that we do all we can to keep our people, clients, friends and families safe. We are open for business and operations are running smoothly, however we are continuing to do all we can to limit physical contact and to contain the traffic in to our working premises in Lincoln’s Inn to a safe working minimum. We continue to be open for business, in as normal a way as we can make it. Most barristers, practice managers and the rest of our staff team are still working remotely and making the best use of technology to deal effectively with work and meet our clients’ needs.
You can call us on +44 (0)20 7242 2523. Our normal telephone system is still operating and our usual friendly team is available to help.
We have a specific Covid-19 Resources section to assist with the specific issues which the coronavirus pandemic is causing across all sections of society and business. For ease, see a summary page of all contacts during this unusual time.
Join us on Thursday for a Property #HardwickeBrew! @FaiselSadiq, Lina Mattsson, @matherkatrina and moderator Priya Gopal will be looking at the effect of the Coronavirus Act 2020 on waiver and enforcement of lease obligations.
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Join us for an online seminar at 12pm on 6 Oct where Jonathan Titmuss, Sarah Clarke & Ryan Hocking will cover issues which can arise where a #professionalnegligence claim arises out of, or runs headlong into, an #insolvency process. Click here for info: https://buff.ly/344kPRN
The updated and expanded second edition of my Practical Guide to Solicitor and Client Costs is now out to buy (at the very reasonable price of £29.99).http://www.lawbriefpublishing.com/product/solicitorandclientcosts/
The perfect Halloween, birthday or Christmas present!
Steven Woolf considers the enforceability of covenants requiring tenants to keep floors covered with carpet and underlay, and the problems that can arise where landlords permit alterations to be made to the flooring.