Tatyana Popovkina and Mirzaaziz Ruziev Limitations set in order to prevent spread of coronavirus infection affect all business processes, including employer-employees labour relations. In accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan ‘On priority measures to mitigate the negative impact on sectors of the economy by the coronavirus pandemic and global […]
By Assel Ilyasova On 31 March 2020, the Eurasian Economic College adopted an additional decision aimed at establishing a temporary export ban of food products from the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union: Until 30 June 2020, the ban was established on the export of onions, garlic, turnips, rye, rice, buckwheat, millet, cereals, wholemeal flour […]
Azerbaijan is one of the world’s oldest oil producers and the city of Baku and the Absheron Peninsula have long been known as historic sites for oil.
In connection with the pandemic triggered by the spread of the COVID-19 virus (coronavirus) in the world and for mitigation of the negative impact on the economy, the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan adopted a number of decisions for introducing a force majeure mode for business in the country.
The rapid spread of the new COVID-19 virus on the planet makes the government develop measures not only to combat the spread of its manifestations in the sanitary and epidemiological area but also prevent its negative impact on the economic and social aspects in the society.
The ‘lockdown’ has been slightly relaxed in England but much less so in the other three nations. In England, this relaxation was announced by the Prime Minister in a nationally televised address at 7pm on a Sunday. By 7am the next day, there was considerable uncertainty as to what he meant and from when he meant things to change.
COVID-19 continues to cause unprecedented disruption to all business operations, which includes the annual corporate calendar for listed public companies when preparing and filing accounts, holding AGMs and making dividend payments to their shareholders. Below is a summary of the key considerations.
Mozambique’s banking sector continues to undergo significant legislative reform.
As the UK remains in lockdown as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, uncertainty abounds about when a return to “normal” life can be expected. Government commentary suggests social distancing may continue for the rest of the year, raising questions about how to effect a safe return to work.
On 24 April 2020, the Lord Chief Justice announced the establishment of a judicial working group to consider ways to re-start some jury trials once it is safe to do so.
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Wealth solutions provider Lombard International has finalised its panel process, with two magic circle firms making it onto the roster. Baker McKenzie, DLA Piper, Linklaters and Allen & Overy have all landed places on the panel, which will be overseen by Lombard’s general counsel Monica Risam. She joined Lombard from Aviva at the start of 2018, […]
While many City firms are setting out their plans on how to return to the office, Slater & Gordon is instead opting for a different working future altogether. Following the application of remote operations during lockdown, the firm is now set to work from home for the “majority of the time” in a bid to […]
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Independent Italian outfit Pavia e Ansaldo has carried out redundancies and taken new financial measures, with law firms in the country still reeling from the long lockdown period. The firm has made redundant a series of professionals that includes one of counsel and four associates, as well as one trainee and two interns. The firm […]
Bird & Bird has put salary reviews on hold, in the latest set of measures to contain the effects of coronavirus on its business flow. While reviews have been halted, the firm will reconsider them later in the year. In addition, management has decided to split its bonuses in half, awarding a first installment in […]
Retail brand group Pepco has appointed a new general counsel in London. Jacqueline Knox has joined the company this month as its new general counsel and company secretary. She was previously general counsel and company secretary at RHI Magneista – a listed supplier in high-grade refractory products. Before that Knox was in various in-house roles, […]