From Monday 19th of July the final easing of lockdown measures takes place in England. During this period where the number of positive cases remains high, Spratt Endicott are taking all appropriate steps to limit the spread of the virus and protect our employees while continuing to deliver the same level of service to our clients.
All of our lawyers remain available for appointments by telephone, video conference and by email, in addition to physical appointments in our offices only when necessary.
We will continue to follow the procedures that we have put in place throughout the pandemic, These measures include staff working from home where possible, and wearing face masks and following social distancing measures when in our offices. All staff working from our offices are tested for coronavirus on a weekly basis.
This means that you will face no disruption in service from Spratt Endicott despite the level of uncertainty that we currently face.
In light of the recent uncertainty and changes in regulations as a result of the virus, please contact us if you need assistance with the following:
- Employment Law Matters including coronavirus regulations, sickness policy, sick pay, redundancy, layoffs, short time working, and staffing issues
- Corporate Law Matters including fulfilment of contracts, force majeure clauses, and cash preservation
- Commercial Property Matters including rent and lease issues
- Matters Affecting Private Individuals including writing and updating wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney and estate planning.
As the situation changes we will continue to update our website, and provide updates to our clients. If you have any specific questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with us directly.