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As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread globally, our main objectives now are to support you and your businesses, and to navigate this complicated and ever-changing environment together with you. Rely on these free resources, created by our legal and tax experts, to assist you as you prepare and respond to issues.

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on-demand webcast

Contact Trace: Expert Advice to Make Your Community Safe

Local governments are challenged with hiring additional staff, handling large caseloads, finding solutions to manage contact tracing work, and identifying accurate contact information for outreach. To aid prevention of another outbreak, governments and communities need to implement a contact tracing plan with a solution that is ready to deploy. Access this free, on-demand webcast to hear from experts’ insights on the key elements that should be considered when choosing a contact trace solution for your community or organization.

Free resources for legal customers

Practical Law toolkit

Global Coronavirus toolkit

A toolkit to guide counsel working across jurisdictions through Practical Law's global Coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemics and business interruption content. It provides resources for use in the UK, US, China, Australia, and Canada.

Special online event | April 3, 2020

Emerging Trends in the Legal Market: Discussion and Resources for Legal Professionals in Uncertain Times

COVID-19 Emerging Trends webinar

Join us for a virtual event focused on key issues impacting the legal professional community globally related to COVID-19. Hear from industry experts about the shifts in the legal market, impacts on the practice and implications of recent legislation. In addition, hear first-hand how other legal organizations are using technology to work and collaborate remotely within their practice and with clients.

Free resources for tax and accounting customers

Thomson Reuters Backstage talks COVID-19

Each week, hear how the outbreak of COVID-19 is affecting the tax and accounting profession.


Update for September 4, 2020

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Guidance and answers Tax and Accounting professionals are looking for regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

Free resources for risk and compliance customers

Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence

Q2 summary of analysis highlighting the impact on financial services firms

This is the second report in Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence’s (TRRI) series of quarterly reports following developments in the financial services industry as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic; it covers Q2 2020. Like the Q1 report, this report is a collection of extracts from articles that have appeared on the TRRI site during Q2 2020.

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