"Despite the upheaval from the Covid-19 pandemic, tough commercial decisions were still being made and lawyers were still required to give advice on issues that would have lasting legal consequences ... We are now two years on from the start of the pandemic and we are seeing an increasing body of judgments that have been delivered by the courts reviewing the decisions made during this period. This article considers two cases that have been handed down recently that have similar factual issues but very different legal outcomes, and what we can learn from those decisions."
Russell-Cooke associate Emily Joss considers in the Solicitors Journal the lessons we can learn from two cases in football and rugby that arose during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Emily is an associate in the litigation team. Before joining Russell-Cooke in 2019, Emily achieved Distinctions in the GDL and LPC at the University of Law in Moorgate, and studied history at the University of Exeter.