May 6, 2020
Gibson Dunn’s lawyers regularly counsel clients on issues raised by the COVID-19 pandemic, and we are working with many of our clients on their response to COVID-19. The following is a round-up of today’s client alerts on this topic prepared by the Gibson Dunn team. Our lawyers are available to assist with any questions you may have regarding developments related to the outbreak. As always, for additional information, please feel free to contact the Gibson Dunn lawyer with whom you usually work, or any member of the firm’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Team.
Join a panel of Gibson Dunn London lawyers, led by partner Michelle Kirschner, in a discussion of ways for UK financial services business to manage legal and regulatory risks during the COVID-19 pandemic. The panel will cover discussions of expectations relating to communications with regulators; areas of likely focus from regulators; expectations regarding communication/engagement with clients; focus on senior management accountability; cultural considerations; and managing people and risks while working remotely and the return to the offices.
This weekly bulletin provides a summary and compendium of English law legal developments during the current COVID-19 pandemic in a variety of key areas, including Competition and Consumers; Corporate Governance (including accounts, disclosure and reporting obligations); Cybersecurity and Data Protection; Disputes; Employment; Energy; Finance; Financial Services Regulatory; Force Majeure; Government Support Schemes; Insolvency; International Trade Agreements (private and public); Lockdown and Public Law issues; M&A and Private Equity; Real Estate; and UK Tax.