The COVID-19 virus continues to spread around the globe, and the rate of infection in the Czech Republic is also increasing dramatically. Understandably, the main goal for everyone at present is to remain safe and healthy. But at the same time, it is also important to ensure the stability and continuity of businesses. To assist […]
In light of the state of emergency declared in Bulgaria and the measures currently undertaken by the government for the containment of the spread of COVID-19 at this stage, the commercial real estate sector appears to be one of the most significantly affected. As such, we have prepared this brief outline of the major questions […]
The summary below describes some of the legal aspects relevant to our clients regarding the emergence of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Romania. At the outset, we wish to emphasise that the measures that companies are planning to implement or have already put in place in relation to the COVID-19 outbreak must also comply with […]
On 11 March 2020, in response to the threat of the novel coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic, the Ukrainian government adopted Resolution No. 211 introducing a nationwide quarantine effective from 12 March through 3 April 2020. The attached alert memorandum discusses the following aspects of the pandemic in Ukraine: the quarantine as introduced in Ukraine the […]
In light of the COVID-19 virus’ spread in Romania, the President of Romania issued Decree no. 195/2020 declaring a state of emergency in Romania (hereinafter referred to as the “Decree”). The Decree entered into force and generates its effects from the date of publication (i.e. 16 March 2020). The Decree sets up emergency measures with […]
Artificial intelligence, cloud computing, software as a service (SaaS), machine learning. Just a few of the most commonly heard terms associated with the raft of new technologies now disrupting the legal industry. But, no matter your enthusiasm or ambition, successfully implementing new technology and ensuring its adoption can be a huge challenge. Many projects end […]
By Mark J. Forte At this time of great uncertainty, we hope it is useful to offer you an update on the operation of the BVI litigation market. The BVI Commercial Court has introduced proactive measures to ensure minimal interruption to its operations, whilst ensuring public health is not jeopardized. BVI has therefore moved to […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in unprecedented pressures on cashflow for the business community and global stock markets have suffered significant falls over the last few days. Against this backdrop pension schemes (whether defined benefit or defined contribution) face their own challenges.
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Covid-19 has profoundly destabilised economic and social life as we know it. As we enter the second week of a nationwide lockdown, The Lawyer would like to hear from our readership. We would like to know your views on your current working practices and have created a survey which you can access here. We would […]