Affected by Coronavirus?.

This is an unprecedented situation for all of us and we at Mundays will do everything we can to assist you through these difficult times. If you have any queries regarding your business or personal affairs then please do call or email a Mundays contact and we will do all we can to assist you.

While the primary focus of any business will be on ensuring the health and well being of staff, businesses and individuals are facing increasing pressures that need to be addressed and mitigated. Our teams are all monitoring the latest information and adapting working methods to support our existing, potential and future clients through the plethora of challenges we are all enduring.

Find out more about how our teams can support you, your family or your business by visiting the relevant practice area web page below.

We continue to add and update our insights page as information becomes available, there is also the most recent insight at the bottom of this page. You may wish to keep updated regularly with emails from teams specific to that practice area or when possible again, attend a topical event from our practice areas, please subscribe with your preferences.

If you would like to discuss any legal matter further with the team, please email enq@mundays.co.uk or make contact with the head of department.

WHO TO CONTACT

For further help and guidance contact your usual Mundays contact or one of our team as below:

Employment: Andrew Knorpel

Private Wealth: Jeremy Duffy

Trusts, Wills and Probate disputes: Michael Brierley

Family: Judith Fitton

Dispute Resolution: Joseph Kean

Residential Conveyancing: Kevin Healy

Commercial Property: Michael Nixon

Corporate/Commercial: Howard White

Below, we have listed some useful links which should hopefully prove useful to both businesses and individuals.

GOV.UK – general advice

Coronavirus Main Page

COVID-19: Guidance for employees, employers and businesses

Financial help and advice for businesses

Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) – British Business Bank

Covid Corporate Financing Facility (CCFF – The Bank of England’s new lending facility for larger firms)

Start up Loans – this could be an alternative to the CBILS and is aimed at smaller companies and start-ups (i.e. business in their first two years of trading). Loans of £500 to £25,000 at 6% p/a interest available.

Employment Law

Acas

NHS

Companies House Filings

Companies House – all companies have been given an extension of 3 months for filing accounts at Companies House.

Business and Personal Tax

HMRC – details about extra time being given to pay tax.

Public Health Guidance:


The contents of this article are intended as guidance for readers. It can be no substitute for specific advice. Consequently we cannot accept responsibility for this information, errors or matters affected by subsequent changes in the law, or the content of any website referred to on this page. © Mundays LLP

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