Legal Viewpoint: Manage a famine or plan for a feast?

There has been a glut of new regulation and advice about how to deal with planning in a socially distanced world. A great deal of effort has been spent solving immediate problems, possibly at the expense of looking at more important long-term issues.

by Stephen Ashworth

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