At the beginning of lockdown, I wrote a blog about how we would continue to promote our firm during these uncertain times. To be honest, I thought lockdown would last a matter of weeks.
When I joined Jacksons in September 2019 I knew that my role here was going to be very different from my previous roles and I was really looking forward to the change of industry and new team dynamic.
Do you know you have a waste duty of care imposed by law? Like many other people I have found myself working from home more than usual during the restrictions and if you are anything like me, you will have taken the opportunity to tidy up and clear out some rubbish that accumulates.
In this week’s blog, Associate Lawyer, Leigh Ferguson from our Corporate Recovery and Dispute Resolution department is discussing Fraud, and in particular, Banking Fraud.
In the current climate fraudsters are utilising the disruption caused by COVID – 19.
As anyone who has opened an e-mail recently will know, we are in ‘unprecedented times’.
Coronavirus has crashed into our lives and railroaded normal life, as we know it, since March 2020. The impact is seen on a day to day basis throughout all elements of our lives socially and professionally.
It is eight weeks to the day that an unprecedented lockdown was imposed across the UK, resulting in our offices being forced to close and restrictions being placed on the freedoms we all take for granted.
It would be fair to say that the Prime Minister’s address yesterday evening has caused some confusion regarding returning to work.
Tomorrow, we have a bank holiday to commemorate VE Day; the end of World War 2 in Europe. It was always going to be a day of reflection but also of street parties and celebrations as there were on May 8th 1945.
With the world having to make sudden changes in the way we work and live our lives, this has, in the legal field, brought fresh challenges to our Private Client department particularly in relation to the execution of Wills.
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