WEBINAR | Contractual Relationships in a Post-Corona World | 12 June

Alice Stephenson was joined by James Pheasant, an expert litigation and disputes lawyer, Florence Brocklesby, a leading employment lawyer and Ed Boal, a specialist commercial and technology lawyer for our latest webinar.

In the first half of the session we discussed how best to manage your contractual relationships in a post-corona world. Part two then consisted of our usual open Q&A where the panel answered the following questions:

  • What practical advice can you give in relation to the recent government guidance regarding risk assessments, and the requirements for businesses’ to publish these on their website? 26:42
  • As we return to work, what do employers need to think about in relation to shielding and managing vulnerable employees? 31:24
  • Can employers require employees to take their temperature or answer health questionnaires before entering the office? 34:14
  • Can you ask employees whether they live with anyone who has had COVID-19? 37:24

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This webinar was hosted by Stephenson Law in partnership with Bellevue Law. We are two firms challenging the legal industry by offering unparalleled service and expertise without the typical corporate stuffiness.

PLEASE NOTE – The above webinar took place on Friday 12 June at 10:00am GMT. This is a rapidly changing situation and new measures may have been introduced by the UK Government since the time of recording. If you have any questions please contact hello@stephenson.law. 

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