Freeths Solicitors set up dedicated Coronavirus Support Hub and Helpline to Assist Businesses

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Since the first indications of the potential impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak on international trade, Freeths has been advising their clients on how to manage that impact within their business. In addition to providing both detailed and strategic advice, lawyers at Freeths have created articles and appeared on BBC News advising on the impact of coronavirus on employees, employers and businesses.

As the implications and effects of Coronavirus-related Government measures continue to increase, the Freeths Coronavirus support hub and free helpline carries a wealth of up-to-the minute guidance and FAQs including a new Q&A on the Government-backed Business Support measures. These include guidance on help for businesses via the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme, the Job Retention Scheme, and Tax deferrals and holidays.

How Freeths can help

Freeths are experienced in advising on the impact of the likely disruption, and economic repercussions upon businesses across multiple sectors. In order to assist you with the repercussions of the outbreak on your business and employees, Freeths specialist lawyers have collated their expertise in one place and set up a helpline for you to speak with their experts. The information contained here will be updated as the situation develops and the effects of the outbreak become clearer.

If you would like to talk through the consequences for your business, call the Freeths Coronavirus Helpline on 0845 404 4111 for a free consultation (on appropriate commercial enquiries only) or to view the Support Hub, please visit

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