13 July 2022
We regret to inform you that the OH Law Online service will cease to be updated from 1st September 2022 onwards, but remains open as a reference until 30 November 2023. Unfortunately, we do not have enough subscribers for it to be financially viable, although it has a very loyal following, and many people tell us how important it has been in their work, especially over the last two years, when it has kept subscribers up to date with all of the changes to the law in relation to Covid.
What does this mean for me?
If you are a current subscriber:
We know that it is very important to many of you that you retain access to the information in OH Law Online and so we will continue to offer access to this until 30 November 2023, whilst it is technically feasible and the information remains relevant. However, the Q&A function will be closed at the end of July.
For those subscriptions expiring before 1st September 2022
As your subscription ends before 1st September 2022, you will be offered the opportunity to pay for access until 30 November 2023 at the highly discounted rate of £175+VAT. Please notify us if you would like to do this and we will send you an invoice.
For those subscriptions expiring after this date
As your subscription ends after 1st September 2022, your subscription period will automatically be extended until 30 November 2023. If you wish to cancel your subscription now instead and get a refund for the unused portion, then we can arrange this for you.
If you are looking to take out a new subscription:
It is still possible to subscribe, and any subscription taken out would be valid from the present day until 30 November 2023. Prices remain the same, starting at £175 + VAT for a single user subscription. Please see our order page for more information. Please note that the Q&A will be closed at the end of July 2022.
Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions.