The COVID-19 Advisory Group draws relevant, specialist expertise from across the firm to provide you with informed, pragmatic legal advice on the unprecedented challenges posed by the global pandemic.

The group comprises specialists who are leaders in their respective fields and have experience advising organisations and individuals who need tailored, practical advice on the potential commercial and legal implications of the COVID-19 pandemic and how best to mitigate the challenges ahead.

Led by partners Louisa Knox and Gordon Downie, the group is already advising clients on:

  • contracts;
  • employment/HR advisory;
  • funding/refinancing;
  • cash flow management;
  • supply chain management;
  • corporate governance/practical implications for decision-making;
  • occupational pensions;
  • licensing;
  • tracking UK official COVID-19 measures;
  • immigration;
  • taking, defending or avoiding legal action;
  • restructuring and business advisory;
  • personal estate and succession planning/asset protection/incapacity; and
  • business continuity and risk management.

Recent guides and insights

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Does it excuse performance of my contract?COVID-19: Key steps for landlords and tenantsCOVID-19: what counts as a food business? The Coronavirus Act and the food supply chainCOVID-19: should I negotiate via video-link?COVID-19: The Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill: impact on Commercial Lease ArrangementsCOVID-19: emergency changes to housing legislation in ScotlandCOVID-19: Managing landlord-tenant relationships