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- Online Mediations Survey
- Trainees – The Law Society updates – Covid-19
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- DAC6 :Update and Risk Management Recommendations
- How the right processes, supported by technology can lead firms to new success – Insight Legal
- Law Society – Furloughing and Return to Work updates/toolkits
- Bristol CFJC HMCTS Risk Assessments for Court Users
- 2020 Conveyancing: Adapting to the New Normal
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- The return to “Normality” (Lockdown is easy, the recovery is harder)
- Changes to notifying an option to tax (VAT) on land and buildings during the Coronavirus pandemic
- Protocol to apply to fast track and multi-track cases listed in the West and South West from 1st June – 1st October 2020
- BLS & Milsted Langdon Survey on users experience of virtual hearings
- LawCare released data on all COVID-19 related contacts
- Local Land Charges Dept – BANES
- Has being exposed to air pollution increased our risk to Coronavirus?
- New tech will help keep the criminal justice system moving during COVID-19 pandemic
- COVID-19 testing extended to those solicitors who are key workers.
- Inhouse Pro Bono Group Fitness Challenge
- Bristol Civil and Family Justice Centre – need assistance on a matter?
- Notes from meeting of HHJJ Cotter, Russen and Matthews with local litigators
- Hays – What Workers Want Survey 2020
- Hays ‘Thrive’ (free LMS) and ‘Inspire Me Remotely’ with content for employers and employees during Covid-19
- Advice for Family Lawyers on now to deal with valuation of family businesses which may have been ‘mothballed’ due to virus
- Are your incident management plans fit for purpose in the new normal?
- Law Firm Resilience in a Crisis: Part One – Financial Resilience
- Law Society joins jury trials working party
- TLS heatmap interactive heatmap to identify which courts are operational during Covid-19
- TLS webpage on cyber security, fraud prevention and law tech
- COVID-19 Personal Hardship Fund for Solicitors – SBA
- Milsted Langdon Covid-19 Support Hub
- In Challenging Times Should You Move to The Cloud?
- The Law Society Business Continutity Toolkit for firms
- BiTC nationally has launched their National Business Response Network designed to match specific community needs across the country with offers of support from across the business world.
- COVID-19 Business & VCSE weekly webinar – Mayor of Bristol
- Update from Bristol Law Centre re its pro-bono clinics and volunteering
- Guide to Phishing during Covid-19
- The human factor – How your people can help to protect your organisation from cyber threats
- Contacting Bristol Crown Court – 31/3/20
- Coronavirus crisis protocol for the effective handling of custody time limit cases in the Magistrates’ and the Crown Court
- CLAIMING POLICE STATION ATTENDANCE FEE
- SRA Covid-19 Updates
- BLS Covid-19 update and useful links for members
- List of issues being raised with the LAA for Crime Practitioners
- HMCTS daily updates – Covid-19
- The Law Society – Covid-19 Guidance
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- Advice on undertaking on-line recruitment interviews
- Bristol Court Users – update 19/3/20!
- Lloyds Bank customer business advice – Covid-19
- Are you facing a Covid-19 Cashflow crisis? Milsted Langdon provides some guidance.
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