Join us for the latest in our COVID-19 webinar series, providing you with tailored, pragmatic advice on the commercial and legal implications of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In this food and drink focused webinar, our legal experts take a sectoral look at some of the core COVID-19 related issues, examining staffing, frustration of contract, competition law, and the licensing and regulatory impact of the recent Coronavirus Act.


This webinar will be particularly useful for:

  • Manufacturers
  • Distributors
  • Businesses involved in the food and drink sector

George Frier, Partner, Food and Drink

George is a partner and head of the firm's food and drink group with a client list drawn principally from the food and drink, technology and engineering sectors.

He conducts a wide range of corporate work, including strategic corporate advice, acquisitions and disposals, joint ventures and group reorganisations/restructurings, for international and domestic clients.

Kevin Clancy, Senior Associate, Food and Drink

Kevin has experience advising public and private sector clients in relation to investigations conducted by regulators (such as the Health and Safety Executive, SEPA, the Forestry Commission, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency), as well as experience in civil and criminal court proceedings in a range of disputes.

Rebecca Nicholson, Solicitor, Employment

Rebecca is a solicitor in the employment team advising clients on contentious and non-contentious employment law and HR issues, including employment status, discrimination and termination of employment.

Ellie Gannon, Solicitor, Commercial Disputes and Regulation

Ellie is a solicitor in the field of competition law and regulation. She works with clients in a variety of sectors that operate in complex regulatory regimes, such as energy and utilities.

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