Coronavirus Information

Like most businesses we have had to adapt to the challenges posed by the coronavirus. The health and safety of our colleagues, clients and contacts is of paramount importance to us and therefore we have adapted some of our working practices to mitigate the risks posed by the virus and comply with government guidelines, but also to try to maintain business and client service continuity as far as possible.

We are still able to offer all of the client services in each of our specialist departments but with some modifications to the way in which we deliver those services. Our offices reopened on 8th June 2020 for clients and staff, although many of our staff will continue to work from home where they have full access to all of our systems and IT infrastructure. For the time being we will continue to have client meetings through the use of telephone, FaceTime, Zoom and other media as required, and we are only offering face-to-face meetings at our offices or elsewhere in exceptional circumstances or if there is no other viable alternative. Should you need to visit our offices then we will provide you with details of the revised safeguards and procedures that we have put in place to protect visitors and staff.

Whilst we wouldn’t say that the current situation is “business as usual” for any of us, our robust plan for client service and business continuity means that we can still provide all of our services with the same high levels of service that our clients have come to expect, and we are continuing to work hard to minimise disruption during this unprecedented and unsettling time.

While we are pleased that some of the lockdown restrictions have now been relaxed, we think it is sensible to continue to take a cautious approach until the threat from the coronavirus has truly abated. We are all looking forward to a time when the lockdown restrictions are further relaxed and a degree of normality can return to our daily lives but in the meantime whenever you can please stay home, stay safe and stay well.

 

Please click here to read the Coronavirus Factsheet for Businesses – Non-performance of contracts

Please click here to read the Coronavirus Factsheet for Employers -6-7-20

Please click here to read the Job Retention Scheme FAQs

Please click here to read the Coronavirus Factsheet for Directors & Partners

Please click here to read the Coronavirus Factsheet for Residential Property

Please click here to read the PAN Industry Consumer Guidance

Please click here to see the latest Furlough Timeline- Key Dates for Employers

Tinsdills Solicitors have branches in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Leek and Sandbach.

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