The spike in Will-making since coronavirus (COVID-19) took the world in its grip was inevitable. Making a Will has never have been more important for many. But with home-made Wills, it's easy to take one wrong step in the way it is witnessed, or signed.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic means information requests are likely to be low-priority for higher education institutions, but it is important to understand what the ICO has said about its approach to regulation and what this means in practice.
When lockdown was announced, many HEIs were plunged overnight into remote working. However, remote working is not possible for all employees and the Government has now issued new guidance on the circumstances in which staff should return to work.
Force majeure clauses have risen from ignored boiler plate clause to top of the agenda due to coronavirus (COVID-19). The High Court has ruled on whether a pre-payment should be reimbursed in light of force majeure.
When lockdown was announced, many workplaces were plunged into remote working overnight. However, remote working is not always possible, and the Government has issued new guidance on when staff should now return to work.