We are pleased to share with you the recording of this Professional Practices Alliance expert interactive panel discussion on what the medium-term holds for law firms emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic and how they can prepare for changes to the economy, office life, and the tax landscape.
The panel addressed issues including:
- The impact of the pandemic on law firms and how to emerge stronger on the other side.
- How office workspaces can be adapted to meet the requirements of a workforce that wants greater flexibility.
- The key points of the UK’s first 2021 Budget and the measures that will most affect law firms and their clients.
- The employment law challenges that arise out of new ways of working.
James Campbell – International Partner, Cushman & Wakefield (Guest Speaker)
Andrew Hosking – Managing Director, Restructuring & Insolvency, Quantuma (Guest Speaker)
Beth Hale – Partnership and Employment Law Partner, CM Murray LLP
Alastair McQuater – Tax Partner, Buzzacott LLP
Claire Watkins – Partner & Head of Professional Practices Group, Buzzacott LLP (Chair)
For more information on the issues covered in this recording, please contact Partner Beth Hale, who specialises in employment and partnership law and advises businesses and individuals on equality and discrimination issues.
The Professional Practices Alliance is a multi-disciplinary collaboration between leading UK independent legal, accounting and law firm management specialist advisers, CM Murray LLP, Buzzacott LLP, Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP, Pep Up Consulting and Cambridge Strategy Group.
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