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Covid-19: School closure impact on special educational needs (SEN) provision

One parent as a ‘key worker’ is sufficient The government has issued guidance on who comes within the ‘children of key workers’ category indicating that both parents need not be ‘key workers. One parent in that role will suffice, which is important to note since the media reports that some schools have been trying to […]

Could coronavirus change the way we work forever?

People are the most important part of most (if not all) organisations. There’s no doubt that something as uncertain as the coronavirus puts us all at risk and forces us to reconsider ways of working effectively. So could our new temporary way of working become our new normal?

Planning in the age of Covid-19

The following practical and legal issues have arisen in connection with the new working and living arrangements that have almost universally been implemented as a result of the emergence of COVID-19.

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How UK employers can deal with special circumstances of Covid-19

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). As the virus continues to spread extensively, it poses significant challenge to businesses and raises various points of employment law for employers.

COVID-19 and investment protection

As the world grapples with COVID-19, we are seeing some of the most unprecedented State measures of our time. Measures causing severe financial damage to many businesses and industries. Where does that leave foreign investors? Will they be able to claim compensation?

Cayman Islands Employment Update

The first ever electronic meeting of the Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly on 23 April 2020 considered a number of pieces of legislation, largely in response to the COVID-19 emergency, that are likely to be of interest to local employers and employees. This note is intended to provide a brief overview of the key changes: some […]

Corona Crisis: Amendment of the obligation to file for insolvency in CEE

With the fourth law on COVID-19, the Austrian legislator has suspended the obligation of an overindebted debtor to file for insolvency until 30 June 2020, irrespective of the cause of the over-indebtedness. Some other countries in the CEE region have also adopted measures to combat the consequences of COVID-19 as detailed in the following overview…


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