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Shoosmiths LLP  

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www.shoosmiths.co.uk
tel: +44 207 305 5692 | fax: +44 37 0086 3001
Witan Gate House | Milton Keynes | MK9 1SH | England

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December 2020

Brexit Series Webinar: Right to Work Check Changes

England

December 2020

Webinar: Trading Internationally? The New Data Protection SCCs and European Guidance Explained

England

November 2020

Brexit Series Webinar: Sponsoring EU and Non EU Nationals Post Brexit

England

November 2020

Brexit Series Webinar: The New Immigration Rules - Is Your Business Prepared for the End of Free Movement?

England

November 2020

Brexit Series Webinar: Brexit and Data Protection - Will There be Fireworks?

England

July 2020

Webinar: New How - Smart Collaboration for In-House Lawyers

England

July 2020

Webinar: Homeworking - Temporary New Normal or Permanent New Normal

England

June 2020

Webinar: Copyright and Trade Marks in Relation to Shapes: Two European Perspectives

England

May 2020

Webinar: National Pensions Webinar

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April 2020

Webinar: Business leaders: Liquidity in These Uncertain Times

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April 2020

Webinar: Shared & Halved - In-House Legal Session 3

England

April 2020

Webinar: Shared & Halved - In-House Legal Session 2

England

April 2020

Webinar: Shared & Halved - Business leaders

England

April 2020

Webinar: Shared & Halved - Adapting to the New Normal

England

April 2020

Webinar: Shared & Halved - Occupier

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2021 Predictions: What’s on the Horizon for Construction?
Shoosmiths LLP, January 2021

The outlook for the year ahead is uncertain with the effects of post-Brexit rules to contend with and COVID-19 continuing to restrict the way we live and work. We look at what the year may have in store for the construction industry. COVID-19 There is no doubt that the pandemic has caused challenges for the construction industry and is likely to have a significant impact into 2021. After some initial confusion, the government has shown clear support for construction work to continue even during periods of lockdown...

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Home Working not the Panacea
Shoosmiths LLP, January 2021

This article forms part of our ‘New How: Perspectives’ report: ‘Home Working not the Panacea’. To access this free report, please click on the download link to the right of this page.   Home. Noun. Meaning: “The place where one lives permanently, especially as a member of a family or household.” Not any longer. Home is now also where many of us work. If there was a productivity puzzle before 2020, it has certainly morphed into an even bigger conundrum now...

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Is the COVID-19 Vaccination in a Child’s Best Interest?
Shoosmiths LLP, January 2021

If parents cannot agree whether their children should be vaccinated, they can make an application under Section 8 of the Children Act 1989 to ask a judge to determine the issue. In M v H (Private Law Vaccination) [2020],  the mother objected to the parties' two children aged six-years-old and four-years-old  being given routine childhood vaccines in accordance with the NHS vaccination schedule. The father applied for a specific issue order requiring the children to be vaccinated and extended his application to include future travel abroad and the COVID-19 vaccination...

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Capacity and Lockdown Part 3.0
Shoosmiths LLP, January 2021

The Court of Protection is a specialist Court, focussing solely on supporting vulnerable individuals. This past year has acutely highlighted the needs of those most vulnerable in our society and their dependency on others to help manage their affairs. The Court has had to adjust its practices in order to ensure that help and solutions are found for those lacking capacity with minimal delay. This includes moving to online hearings and accepting electronic applications in order to speed up the Court processes where practical...

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Is Furlough Leave an Option for Struggling Parents?
Shoosmiths LLP, January 2021

Lockdown 3.0 is upon us and once again schools are closed and working parents find themselves having to balance childcare and home-schooling whilst trying to manage their own work and responsibilities. For those who cannot reasonably work from home, or who may struggle with having to provide childcare at the same time as meeting the demands of their role, employers are able to consider offering furlough leave as an option. The current Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) guidance - at the time of publishing - permits employers to furlough employees if they are unable to work, whether from home or otherwise, because they have caring responsibilities resulting from coronavirus...

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