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Following recent developments in relation to COVID-19, the Ince global offices have been advising clients on a wide range of issues arising and stand ready to assist you and your business with any concerns that you might have. Our business continuity procedures mean that it is ‘business as usual’ for us and our staff are equipped to work remotely.

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News / COVID-19: Data Protection post Lockdown

07-07-2020 / Corporate & Commercial

With the easing of lockdown measures, businesses around the country are now reopening. 

COVID-19: Data Protection post Lockdown

Insights / Yacht & Superyacht Bulletins

30-06-2020 / Yachts & Superyachts

Our Yacht & Superyacht team have produced a number of informative bulletins providing updates within their sector following recent Covid-19 developments.

Yacht & Superyacht Bulletins

Insights / New UK restructuring tool: a potential game changer for the maritime sector

30-06-2020 / Maritime

With some signs of cautious optimism mounting that the shipping industry may have weathered the worst of the challenges posed by the pandemic, companies will need to start considering their restructuring options to ensure that they remain competitive in an uncertain recessionary trading environment.  

New UK restructuring tool: a potential game changer for the maritime sector

News / Bulletin 8: Crew welfare in times of pandemic

11-06-2020 / Yachts & Superyachts

As my colleagues have said in previous yacht bulletins, we are seeing the impact of the Covid-19 virus pandemic in all aspects of our lives. Seafarers / yacht crew have been, and continue to be, significantly affected, often feeling powerless and faced with months on board or in hotel rooms miles from home.

Bulletin 8: Crew welfare in times of pandemic

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News / Safer Gambling?

10-06-2020 / Gaming & Betting

2020 is a year that will not be easily forgotten, in particular due to the Covid-19 virus pandemic which continues to have a profound effect globally on all facets of everyone’s lives.

Safer Gambling?

News / India passes the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code - Amendment Ordinance

09-06-2020 / Restructuring & Insolvency

Last week, the Indian government amended the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (“IBC”) by passing the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code Ordinance 2020 (“Ordinance”)[2]. The Ordinance was passed on and came into effect on 5 June 2020. The basic tenet of the Ordinance is to suspend fresh bankruptcy proceedings against persons impacted because of COVID-19 for at least six months, up to a maximum of one year.

India passes the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code - Amendment Ordinance

News / Redundancy and Covid-19: Dealing with consultation in lockdown

08-06-2020 / Employment, Pensions & Immigration

It’s sadly inevitable that as the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme begins to wind down, and employers across the UK emerge to a shrunken economy, but with pre-coronavirus wage bills, that redundancies on a significant scale are going to happen across the nation.

Redundancy and Covid-19: Dealing with consultation in lockdown

News / EU Update – Settled and Pre-Settled Immigration Status in the UK

02-06-2020 / Employment, Pensions & Immigration

The current COVID crisis is at the centre of most Home Office communications at the moment. At this time of uncertainty it is important that EEA citizens and their family members are aware that it is still mandatory to apply for status under the EU Settlement Scheme to retain the legal right to live and work in the UK. There have been no changes to the scheme’s deadline, which closes on 30 June 2021. Every EEA citizen, except Irish nationals, must apply to retain the right to reside in the UK, unless they already hold British citizenship.

EU Update – Settled and Pre-Settled Immigration Status in the UK