The Coronavirus Pandemic has created the largest health crisis the world has seen in any of our lifetimes. The critical steps needed to protect the health of everyone has in turn created turmoil for nearly every organisation and family including businesses, public authorities, charities and individuals.
To support our clients in these challenging times, Geldards has convened specialist teams to advise on the rapidly developing legal solutions and opportunities to help you navigate the crisis. Each team is regularly providing legal updates, guides, online briefings and webinars as well as extended complementary consultations to answer the immediate questions you may have.
Our aim is simple – to do everything possible to help our clients survive this challenging period. We are in this together.
As many businesses face a fight to survive, we have put together teams of specialists to advise on the rapidly changing legal landscape. Our specialists in employment, commercial contracts, rent & property, restructuring and disputes are here to provide the critical advice needed to help you survive.
Public Authorities are at the centre of the fight to overcome COVID-19. As well as maintaining the vital services needed in society, they play a pivotal role in maintaining the economic wellbeing of our regions. Our leading public sector teams have been at the forefront of interpreting the sometimes bewildering pace and scope of legal developments and are here to support.
Charities are facing a perfect storm. For many a collapse in much needed funding streams is coupled with an unprecedented rise in the need for support from the most vulnerable in society. Geldards award winning Charity team are here to provide all of the advice needed in these challenging times.
With the current situation is inevitably putting family relationships under more strain as well as causing concern over what the future holds, expert legal advice for families and private clients has never been so important. Geldards are here to help whether making difficult decisions or using the pause to put personal affairs in order for long term peace of mind.
We have been addressing the complex and rapidly evolving challenges created by the coronavirus (COVID-19). Our Business Continuity team are meeting regularly to ensure that we identify, assess and actively mitigate business risks for ourselves and our clients.
Following the escalation over the past few days, we wanted to update you on our current status and future approach.
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