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SA Law is a leading, full-service UK solicitors practice that can help with all legal aspects of your business and personal life. We have an exceptional track record of winning success for our clients, whether resolving disputes, optimising commercial ventures or minimising risk.
Contact our team of solicitors and legal experts in St Albans or London and we can chat about how to achieve your objectives together.
SA Law response to COVID-19 pandemic
SA Law is carefully monitoring the escalating coronavirus situation.
We are taking appropriate actions with the wellbeing of our clients, colleagues and our wider community being foremost in our minds.
We have increased home working for both lawyers and business operations staff. For the time being our St Albans office remains open for clients where visits are essential and additional hygiene measures have been put in place. Other than essential visits, we advise that you do not attend in person and that we work together ‘virtually.’
Our London office will be closed from Tuesday 17th March 2020 at 5.15pm until further notice, however our St Albans offices remain open with a skeleton team of staff. We have made arrangements to ensure that post and deliveries to the offices are dealt with.
Please note during the office closure SA Law will accept service of documents by e-mail but not by fax during this period.
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How the coronavirus outbreak may affect arrangements for children whose parents are separated or divorced
Lexis Nexis asks Marilyn Bell about her thoughts on the impact of Coronavirus (Covid-19) on arrangements for children.
Data protection and the coronavirus pandemic
Good news: The ICO provides clarity on common areas of data concerns during the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic.
March Quarter Day - To pay or not to pay?
With the March “quarter day” coming just days after the Covid-19 lockdown was announced, it isn’t surprising that many commercial landlords and tenants…
Measures to help self-employed in light of Covid-19
Christine Caffrey explains the UK government’s measures to assist the five million self employed people in the UK through business disruption due to corona…
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Employment Law Issues
Sick pay, home working and enforcing holiday – Chris Cook discusses the topics that are on HR Teams agendas right now.
Further guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Key points need to know about the the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, more commonly known as the Furlough Scheme.
The impact of Coronavirus on commercial contracts and force majeure clauses
Can we rely on COVID-19 being a force majeure event, in order to avoid our contractual obligations?
Covid-19 -v- Financial Arrangements in divorce
Family Partner Kiran explains what a “Barder Event” is, the likely impact of Covid-19 on maintenance and valuations.
Everything you need to know about “Furloughed Employees”
Following the announcement of the Job Retention Scheme, organisations now have to designate affected employees as “furloughed employees”, What does this…
What you can do if you are the victim of domestic abuse during the Covid-19 pandemic
The clear advice of the government is to stay at home at this present time during the coronavirus pandemic, but what should you do if home is not a safe…
What happens to shared childcare arrangements during the Covid-19 pandemic?
Head of Family Law Marilyn Bell answers important questions to help parents at this time.
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Following the announcement of the Job Retention Scheme by the Prime Minister on Friday, Chris Cook and Keely Rushmore outline what the scheme may mean…
SA Law's Guide to Working from Home
As the outbreak of coronavirus continues and as society adapts to its challenges there has been a massive increase in employees working from home. Read…
Delay to Off-payroll working changes (IR35)
Important Information: Delay to IR35
Measures to help SMEs keep trading during Covid-19 outbreak
Read Keely Rushmore’s comments in the Financial Times
Tips for renegotiating contract and payment terms
As the UK faces unprecedented uncertainly in the face of Coronavirus, one of the biggest priorities for organisations is cashflow. SA Law’s litigation…
What employers need to know about novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Guidance for employers on how to plan, respond and reduce risk related to Coronavirus
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Changes to off-payroll working (IR35)
In April 2020 the “off-payroll working” or IR35 rules are due to be extended to the private sector, affecting medium and large organisations in all sectors.…
Buying a retirement home – What you need to know
Andrea Tankel explains what you need to know before buying a retirement home.
What is ‘no fault divorce’ and what does it mean for divorcing couples?
The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill re-entered Parliament in January 2020 with the main purpose being to modernise the divorce process. Marilyn…
Investing in legal advice as a start-up cannot be underestimated
Partner and Head of Corporate, Vincent Billings gives his opinion about the importance of investing in legal advice as a start-up.
The impact of Brexit on Britain's independent legal system
Senior Associate, Simon Walsh examines the impact of Brexit on the British Legal System and what we should look out for in the future.
A Guide to Managing Vacant Properties
Gerard LeCain writes for Property Investor News about how commercial landlords can manage the risk of having an empty property.
How Brexit will affect cross-border divorce
SA Law Divorce & Family Law Partner Kiran Beeharry describes some of the consequences of Brexit on divorce, identifies some challenges to being a multi-jurisdictional…
Introducing new commercial litigation lawyer Navdeep Shihn
We are delighted to welcome Navdeep Shihn to the Commercial Litigation team.
SA Law proud to sponsor the University of Hertfordshire’s innovative Festival of Ideas
We are delighted to announce that we will be one of the sponsors at the University of Hertfordshire’s Festival of Ideas this Summer.
SA Law are proud to support the St Albans Pancake Festival 2020
Businesses and charities go head-to-head in the St Albans Pancake Race on 25th February 2020. Find out more and how to enter the running or walking races.…
Success for SA Law in Legal 500 2020
We are delighted to share that we have held our position in all of our main practice areas in Legal 500.
Watford Football Club
SA Law are the official Legal Partner and Solicitors of Watford Football Club. Find out how we support WFC on and off the pitch.