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Covid-19 and its effects on employment

John Webster
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COVID-19 and its effects on employment With the current crisis in full flow, the government has introduced a number of emergency measures to help businesses and employees through this crisis. Extension of Statutory Sick Pay Employees who are sick...

To furlough or not to furlough

Sajeda Adam
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Furlough leave and what this means for employers The Government has announced extraordinary measures to help keep businesses afloat during the global COVID-19 pandemic. One of these measures is the ‘Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme’ which...

LEGALESE: Part 3 - "NOTWITHSTANDING"

Joseph Hossein
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LEGALESE: “NOTWITHSTANDING” “Notwithstanding”. It’s a bit of a mouthful. When used in a contract the term indicates that what is being said in a clause (Clause 2) takes priority over the contents of another clause (Clause...

LEGALESE: Part 2 - "WITHOUT PREJUDICE TO"

Joseph Hossein
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LEGALESE: “ WITHOUT PREJUDICE TO ” “Without prejudice to”. Whilst it sounds like a strange phrase, you will often find it written in contracts. The term indicates to a reader that what is being said in a clause (Clause 1)...

LEGALESE: Part 1 - "THIRD PARTY"

Joseph Hossein
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LEGALESE: “THIRD PARTY” The term “third party” in a contractual context refers to any person (which includes a company, partnership or other entity) who is not a signatory to a contract. Third parties often appear in contracts...

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