Following yesterday’s announcement by the Chancellor regarding lockdown and the changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention and Job Support Schemes, our Employment expert, Alex Brooks, has provided a practical user’s guide to the changes and what they might mean for you.
Click here to read the full article.
The UK Government has announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (“CJRS”) would continue beyond 31 October, as originally planned. Although the fine details of the latest version of the CJRS are yet to be announced, employers may wish to consider certain points ahead of taking steps regarding their workforce. More information in this article by our employment law specialist, Alex Brooks.
Caster Semenya: Highest Swiss Court also backs World Athletics’ DSD Regulations
The highest Swiss Court has recently confirmed that sports federations may introduce legally admissible eligibility rules to determine participation in its sporting events. However, in doing so, there are a number of considerations for governors and regulators of sport to work through. Read more, including an update on the World Athletics/Semenya case, here.
Onside Law is recruiting!
We are currently looking to expand our team by recruiting a 1-3 PQE Dispute Resolution associate.
Applications close 17 September 2020. For more details on how to apply, click here.
We are thrilled to announce that Sophie Wilkinson has been appointed Partner.
Sophie specialises in commercial law in the sport and media sectors and has also been instrumental in developing the firm’s data protection, IP and major event hosting practices. We are very excited to have her join the partnership and you can read the full press release here.
From 1 September the UK Government will further reduce contributions under the Job Retention Scheme, so employers may need to consider further steps regarding their workforce. More information in this article by our employment law specialist, Alex Brooks.