As lockdown begins to ease in many parts of the world, businesses are considering what the future looks like, not only in terms of economic impact but also how recent events might lead to longer-term changes in human behaviour and interaction, use of technology and ways of working.
We are committed to providing you with the right knowledge and insight during these unprecedented times. In this section, you will find our latest insight on pandemic-related developments to help you navigate through this period, and beyond.
As you explore the possibilities – and challenges – of this new world, we are with you at every step with the right people, expertise and technology in place to support and advise you. Just get in touch with your usual Collas Crill contact or any member of the team.
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With business increasingly being conducted virtually, we provide a Q&A comparison guide on virtual meetings and electronic signatures.
The pandemic is likely to result in increased trust litigation. We consider what practical steps trustees should be taking to protect their position.
We consider how ongoing restrictions as a result of the pandemic may affect economic substance compliance.
Business disruption may result in difficulties complying with contractual obligations. We consider what practical steps businesses need to take.
In an uncertain and changing world, we consider what practical steps directors need to take where their business is adversely affected.