Our Coronavirus Response
The health and safety of our clients, employees and the wider public is our priority during these unprecedented times.
We are following the Government’s guidance to stay at home where possible whilst continuing to provide advice and support to both existing and new clients.
The majority of our colleagues are working remotely and have the IT and telephone systems in place to continue working with as little disruption as possible.
We'll update this page regularly with advice on how to work with us during this unprecedented situation.
Our offices and remote working
We're working remotely to help advise all our clients and respond to new enquiries. As always we are providing initial FREE advice during this difficult time to all new enquiries.
Following Government advice, our offices are now closed to visitors to keep practice social distancing and to minimise physical contact
Our colleagues are here to support you and are using email, phone and video conference calls to keep in touch.
If you had arranged an appointment with one of our offices, contact us to make the appropriate alternative arrangements.
We thank you for your support and collaboration in these difficult times.
Deadlines and court dates
Following the Prime Minister's announcement on the 23 March 2020 to place the UK on lockdown, you may be worried, what will happen to my hearing? Where does this leave you? Do you still need to attend the court?
We'll work with you to identify any upcoming deadlines such as court dates, which may be affected, please get in touch with us as soon as possible so we can act accordingly.
The courts also have increased the use of technology and have started new ways to enable remote hearings where possible and we are working with the court to avoid hearings being delayed.