Business Continuity During the Coronavirus Webinar

In March and April, we held webinars on Business Continuity During the Coronavirus.  The webinar provides an overview of the guidance and how it affects law firms and things to consider.

Key Content

  • Whether to close the office
  • Home working
  • Supporting existing clients
  • Staff Furloughs
  • Suggested FREE software
  • Financial support
  • Business Continuity Plans

Resources

We are pleased to share the Business Continuity During the Coronavirus webinar Slides with you.

To view the FAQs following the webinar, please visit the Covid-19 section of our website.

Recorded Webinar

Please see a recording of the webinar below:

Speakers

David Gilmore, Director, DG Legal

David founded DG Legal in 2000. He has provided advice and assistance to hundreds of law firms and other legal organisations.  He delivers specialist consultancy and training on a wide range of topics including business management & strategy, tendering, compliance and quality assurance. In 2016 David was appointed as a Commissioner advising Lord Bach on policy relating to Justice and Legal Aid.

Matthew Howgate

Matt Howgate, Consultant, DG Legal

Matt is a non-practising solicitor and was formerly Senior Legal Adviser and Head of Continuous Improvement at the Legal Services Commission.  He has considerable experience in regulatory issues and advising on complex issues of compliance and ethics.  He is also an expert in data protection, GDPR and on the civil legal aid scheme.


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