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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 and Financial Settlements – The consequences are known to be extreme

07-05-2020 / Family & Matrimonial

We are living in the most unprecedented times. The world has been turned upside down, global stock markets have taken an incredible hit, many have found themselves either unemployed or on reduced salaries or with assets which as Richard Branson has told us have significantly reduced in value. All this is without a foreseeable end in sight.

Covid-19 and Financial Settlements – The consequences are known to be extreme

News / Bulletin 5: Yachting events in times of Covid 19, lock down and social distancing

06-05-2020 / Yachts & Superyachts

As the whole world has been hit by the Coronavirus, the disease and the resulting world-wide endeavours to keep the population safe and healthy through lockdowns, social distancing, travel bans and quarantines, the yachting world of yacht shows and yacht racing has not been spared. Both yacht shows and yacht racing primarily involves moving large pieces of equipment and a large number of people around the world to the respective venues and this is even before the event properly starts.

Bulletin 5: Yachting events in times of Covid 19, lock down and social distancing

News / Covid-19 update on measures to support business: 43 Days Later…

04-05-2020 / Banking & Finance

With the Prime Minister set to reveal the UK’s roadmap out of lockdown this week, there is a note of optimism in the air. However, the economic recovery will take some time yet, with Deloitte finding that CFOs of large UK companies expect their revenues to be 22% lower, on average, this year than estimated in their pre-COVID plans. This level of decline in CFO confidence is daunting as it represents the lowest ebb on record and is well below the level seen at the height of the 2008 financial crisis.

Covid-19 update on measures to support business: 43 Days Later…

News / Q&A: Commercial rents and the Coronavirus Act 2020

01-05-2020 / Real Estate

Prior to Covid-19, the high street was already going through a fairly tough time and so the arrival of the global pandemic is nothing short of catastrophic. Commercial tenants are understandably seeking ways in which to survive these times; which inevitably leads to discussions with landlords in respect of the rents payable under the lease. We consider some of the common questions asked by clients in this respect.

Q&A: Commercial rents and the Coronavirus Act 2020

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News / Covid -19: further government support under the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan schemes

29-04-2020 / Banking & Finance

In our update on 25 March 2020, we outlined the government’s newest stream of financial measures introduced in the wake of the novel Coronavirus; the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (“CBILS”).

Covid -19: further government support under the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan schemes

News / What happens if you can’t perform your contract as a result of Covid-19; Force majeure and doctrine of frustration in the context of Covid-19

29-04-2020 / Dispute Resolution

Whilst the health and wellbeing of society as a whole is at the forefront of everyone’s minds, business owners are likely to have additional concerns in circumstances where it is difficult, or in some cases impossible, to perform contracts entered into prior to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Those businesses who are unable to perform their obligations under the contract, will need to review the terms of the contract itself to see if they are able to avoid or mitigate a liability which could otherwise amount to a breach of contract.

What happens if you can’t perform your contract as a result of Covid-19; Force majeure and doctrine of frustration in the context of Covid-19

News / Locked Down, But Not Out (of the woods, yet)

27-04-2020 / Banking & Finance

Another lockdown week is behind us. One during which much talk centred on how many more might lie ahead. While an exit strategy has stolen the recent corona limelight, the topic of economic assistance has remained a stalwart.

Locked Down, But Not Out (of the woods, yet)

News / COVID 19: Impact on BREXIT

24-04-2020 / Corporate & Commercial

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has clearly influenced the Brexit timetable.
The possibility of concluding an agreed framework to govern the future relationship between the UK and EU and the necessary systems to implement the framework before 31 December 2020 looked ambitious even before the coronavirus crisis struck. Attempting to meet the deadline when a public health emergency exists appears even more challenging.

 COVID 19: Impact on BREXIT