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2 April 2020 | Webinars | Article by Emily Powell

Webinar: COVID-19 Support – Shared resources – legal considerations for collaborative working

Invited as a guest speaker by Community Housing Cymru (CHC), Emily Powell considers the legal considerations for collaborative working in these challenging COVID-19 Coronavirus times. Hosted by Edwina O’Hart, Assistant Director – Member Services and Phillipa Knowles, People and Business Director at CHC, the webinar is the first in CHC’s COVID-19 support series, helping organisations to grapple with the issues they are currently facing in the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic.

With a number of organisations already having to plan around staff shortages, particularly in care and support and compliance issues such as gas safety and urgent repairs and maintenance, this webinar aims to offer some guidance on the legal considerations of collaborative working at this unique time. This includes the form of agreement you can use for collaboration, areas best suited for collaboration, procurement law considerations, key terms and some boilerplate clauses.

We have posted the webinar recording above, for you to watch at your leisure.

Author bio

Emily is a partner in the Corporate and Commercial team. Emily specialises in commercial law, public procurement and subsidy control. Emily has advised housing associations on their procurement processes and can provide a complete legal service for all procurement and project requirements. Emily also hosts a forum for ‘heads of’ procurement working within the social housing sector.

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