COVID-19 resource hub

This resource hub brings together a range of information on key legal issues to help our clients navigate the challenging environment arising from COVID-19. 

We will continue to update this hub as more information becomes available.  

Our top priority is the health, safety and wellbeing of our team members and our clients. 

Cooper Grace Ward has had business continuity plans in place for many years and our systems allow us to continue to provide a full-service capability, regardless of work location. 

Latest updates

With Prime Minister Scott Morrison announcing that COVID-19 vaccinations will become mandatory for residential aged care workers, now is the perfect time for employers to start preparing.

On 19 February 2021, the federal Industrial Relations Minister, Christian Porter, announced the release of new guidance material for employers in navigating the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.

The JobKeeper scheme has been extended to 28 March 2021 at reduced rates and with other changes to the available flexibilities for employers.


Our resources on a wide range of topics are designed to support businesses and individuals navigate the rapidly evolving COVID-19 scenario. 

Employment, workplace relations and safety

Corporate and commercial

Property and leasing

Litigation, dispute resolution and insolvency

Tax and superannuation

Cooper Grace Ward COVID-19 response​

Since the start of the pandemic, Cooper Grace Ward has been following the COVID-19 situation closely and monitoring government and health authority updates to minimise transmission risks, particularly in relation to business travel, client meetings and conferences.

For many years, Cooper Grace Ward has had a business continuity plan and disaster recovery program (BCP/DRP) in place to protect our clients, the firm and our team members in the event of a significant disruption to our daily operations.

Other links and resources

Australian government resources

The Australian government has announced a series of measures to support businesses dealing with COVID-19. 


Australian government COVID-19 response


Coronavirus information for business


State government resources

The state and territory governments have published information about the financial assistance available to businesses, as well as community and health information on COVID-19.  



Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) | Queensland Government

Business Queensland


New South Wales

COVID-19 (coronavirus) | NSW Government



Coronavirus (COVID-19) Victoria | Coronavirus Victoria



Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)


South Australia



Western Australia

COVID-19 coronavirus (


Northern Territory

Coronavirus (COVID-19) (