As the Coronavirus pandemic impacts all UK households, national law firm Stone King is sharing its expertise to support individuals, businesses, charities and schools through this challenging time.
The firm’s lawyers have compiled general advice and answers to an extensive range of frequently asked questions across the firm’s key sectors. With new government announcements on a regular basis, this general guidance is being updated and extended daily. It can be found on the firm’s website at stoneking.co.uk/covid-19, or through a range of free newsletters.
Steven Greenwood, Managing Partner at Stone King, said: “The pandemic is raising legal challenges for all businesses, not-for-profits and education establishments, as well as many individuals, for example anyone in the process of buying or selling a house. We are working hard to provide general guidance on some of the key issues coming up, as well as specific advice for our clients to help them through this uncertain time. As part of this, we have prepared a wealth of useful information that is freely available on our website and through our free newsletters.”
Areas of advice include details of support available to businesses, emergency measures to protect landlords and tenants such as mortgage holidays, employment FAQs including the Job Retention Scheme and sick pay, commercial and pastoral issues for schools, shared care support for separated parents, implications of cancelling fundraisers for charities, and many more.
Stone King is operating its full services nationally through its robust smart working practices, which have been in place since 2018.