Is this the vaccine? The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill
Business interruption claims – are they spreading?
Two of our commercial silks, Stuart Isaacs QC and Terence Mowschenson QC, discuss the key issues arising at the moment in insurance claims resulting from the interruption to businesses due to the Covid-19 situation.
Property in the pandemic: Possession proceedings (Follow-up video)
Adoption by administrators after Carluccio’s and Debenhams
Property in the pandemic: Impact on 1954 Act proceedings (Part II)
Benjamin Faulkner and Harriet Holmes return with their discussion focusing on the the effects of C-19 on 1954 Act proceedings. In Part II, they consider the effects on upcoming unopposed lease renewals.
Property in the pandemic: Impact on 1954 Act proceedings (Part I)
In the first of a two-part discussion of the impact of COVID-19 on 1954 Act proceedings, Benjamin Faulkner and Harriet Holmes, look at issues in upcoming opposed renewals, particularly on ground (f) cases.
Property in the pandemic: Possession proceedings
Daniel Scott, Francesca Mitchell and Daniel Petrides discuss the scope and application of Practice Direction 51Z in light of both its recent revision and the forthcoming appeal concerning its legality.
Requests for contribution breaks: issues for trustees to consider
Paul Newman QC and Simon Atkinson discuss some of the issues facing trustees of occupational pension schemes who are asked by employers for contribution holidays. They consider issues such as reporting requirements, actuarial input and membership concerns, and how trustees might deal with them.
Property in the pandemic: Insurance and rent suspension
Property in the pandemic: Supervening illegality
Property in the pandemic: Break clause conditions during lockdown