Running a business isn’t easy at the best of times, let alone trying to trade through the Covid-19 pandemic. To help, we have created this page that provides guidance for employers on a number of topics including employment, HR and contracts - all of which have been effected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Please feel free to share this information and if you would like further help and advice on specific questions relating to your business or situation, please give us a call on 0333 014 4568 or drop us an email at: hy@hybridlegal
In this podcast we're joined by one of our employment law experts, Amy Cousineau, who has answered the most popular questions received which are summarised below. The podcast is 30 minutes long but if you’re short of time you can skip ahead to listen to the Q&A’s you’re most interested in:
This podcast is all about what business owners can do with their contracts considering the current coronavirus pandemic. In this episode, Ryan and Matt provide two examples of potential ways out of a contract; force majeure and frustrated contracts.
Most businesses will have legal obligations under the contracts they’ve signed up to with their customers, suppliers and staff. Knowing where you stand during a time of crisis is critical. That’s why we’re offering you the support from our expert team to review the contracts you’re concerned with at a reduced fixed fee.
An expert will review your contract for the key areas of risk that you’ll need to be aware of. Depending on the level of detail you would like us to go into, we can offer a quick ‘need to know’ summary or a detailed full report with a mark-up of the contract. Examples of some of the areas we’ll be talking you through are as follows:
Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your contract you’d like us to review, the level of detail required and the deadline you’d like us to complete it by. We’ll then provide a no obligation quote for our service.
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