0370 270 6000

already registered?

Please sign in with your existing account details.

need to register?

Register to access exclusive content, sign up to receive our updates and personalise your experience on brownejacobson.com.

Privacy statement - Terms and conditions

view all related resources

displaying 1-10 of 663

Legal update

20 May 2020 Cabinet Office advice for contractual behaviour which is impacted by the Covid-19 emergency

On the 7th May 2020, the Cabinet Office released its guidance on responsible contractual behaviour for both public and private sectors relating to the performance and enforcement of contracts which have been “materially impacted” by the coronavirus.

View legal update

Legal update

11 May 2020 Whose clause is it anyway?

Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the spotlight has increasingly been on force majeure and termination clauses in contracts.

View legal update

Legal update

5 May 2020 Welcome Land Registry change of practice on executing deeds

In view of the difficulties of arranging for deeds to be printed and distributed in the current climate the Land Registry announced on 1 May that certain deeds signed using the Mercury signing approach will be accepted by the Land Registry for registration purposes.

View legal update

Legal update

28 April 2020 New measures announced to protect the High Street from aggressive rent collection and closure

In a move that will be greatly welcomed by retailers, the Government announced on 23 April that it will introduce new measures to safeguard the High Street against aggressive debt recovery actions during the coronavirus pandemic.

View legal update

Legal update

24 April 2020 Commercial and FinTech update: 24 April 2020

The latest set of UK government financial bailout measures were announced on Monday, 20 April by HM Treasury and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, target Innovate UK’s R&D intensive small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

View legal update

Legal update

22 April 2020 Procurement and coronavirus - how will the current crisis impact of your ability to secure and retain public sector contracts?

In the space of a few short weeks the priorities of public authorities across the UK have shifted dramatically. Planned procurement pipelines are being revisited and a substantial amount of non-essential projects and spend has been temporarily suspended.

View legal update

Legal update

20 April 2020 Corporate tech update: Chancellor announces Future Fund to support start-ups and high-growth companies during Covid-19 pandemic

New measures have been announced today by HM Treasury and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, with the aim of supporting the UK’s community of next-generation technology businesses.

View legal update

Legal update

17 April 2020 Getting through lockdown – your real estate questions answered

Find out more about the confusion around the Government’s support measures for business tenants and what to do if you have a break right during lock down.

View legal update

Legal update

17 April 2020 Annual general meetings (AGMs) and COVID-19

Traditional AGM season is fast approaching - with many listed companies having December 31 year ends preparing to send AGM notices to shareholders over the coming week and months. With this in mind, how will AGMs proceed in light of current restrictions on movement and gatherings introduced by the Government to battle COVID-19?

View legal update

Legal update

14 April 2020 Take care when applying to adjourn hearings because of coronavirus!

In Blackfriars Ltd, Re [2020] EWHC 845 (Ch), the Court recently considered an application to adjourn the five-week trial commencing at the beginning of June 2020 due to Covid-19.

View legal update

displaying 1-10 of 663

filter by

Filter by content type