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COVID-19 - Client Enquiries

COVID-19 - Client Enquiries

There are many legal implications for a wide cross section of Australians as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Five tips for school leaders dealing with contractual disputes in the COVID-19 era

Published on 18 May 2020 by David Ford and Stephanie McLuckie

The outbreak of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has led governments around the world to impose strict quarantines to try to contain the spread of the pandemic. The closing of international borders has disrupted supply chains, while a sharp decrease in consumer spending and increase in government restrictions have resulted in almost unprecedented job losses and cash flow issues. These restrictions, while necessary, have dealt a devastating blow to our economy and disrupted business operations in all sectors.

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Covid-19 claims resulting from the death of a worker or aged care resident

Published on 22 May 2020 by Julia Harrison and Paul Ohm

A significant consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic in NSW and worldwide has been the large number of fatalities in aged care homes.[1] To date, 19 residents of the Newmarch House in Sydney’s West have died as a result of COVID-19.[2] The disproportionate impact of the pandemic on the elderly evidenced around the world has many questioning what the standard of reasonable care may be in this unprecedented time and what potential claims may arise.

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