Taking into account the epidemiological situation in the world, as well as the need to ensure macroeconomic stability and stimulate foreign economic activity, the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan regularly puts in place a number of measures to support the population during the period of combating the spread of coronavirus infection.
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.
This case is of importance not only because it was likely to arise in other cases in the UK context of the coronavirus, but because Article 15 considerations arise in cases of grave importance, such as national security cases.
In the current environment landlords and tenants may find it difficult if not impossible to comply with some of their lease obligations.
The prohibition of unnecessary movements was implemented from the 24th of March, in accordance with the provisions of the Regulatory Administrative Act 117/2020. Subsequently, with the coming into force of the Regulatory Administrative Act 152/2020, from 13 April until 4 May, at 5:59 a.m., citizens without permission to commute due to work were only permitted one movement by exception, after following the SMS process, or the handwritten completion of Form B for persons above 65 years of age.
The “right to be forgotten”, which has become a trending right in the internet and digital media where even legal distribution and accure content of the information about individuals constitutes a violation of human rights, is of great importance especially for the dignity of these individuals, for independent development of their personalities and full authority over his/her personal data.
The initial shockwaves of the COVID-19 pandemic, declared in March, prompted authorities across Europe and in America to take urgent steps to protect consumers. Such measures included cracking down on anti-competitive behaviour and temporarily relaxing rules which might otherwise be detrimental to the public interest. Two months on, as countries around the world cautiously ease […]
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TLT and Manchester-based firm Pannone Corporate were the two firms on call as online retailer Boohoo acquired the remaining stake in the PrettyLittleThing brand. Boohoo bought the 34 per cent of women’s clothing brand PrettyLittleThing that it did not already own, valued at up to £323.8m, having acquired a majority 66 per cent stake back […]
Morrison & Foerster (MoFo) has hired another M&A partner from Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in New York, making it the US firm’s second magic circle recruit in two months. This time, MoFo has turned to partner Omar Pringle, who spent almost twelve years at Freshfields. He was promoted to partner in 2017. He specialises in cross-border […]
A court ruling has ordered David Haigh, the former managing director of Leeds United FC, to repay millions to a Middle Eastern private equity fund. GFH Capital brought High Court proceedings against Haigh – who was also its former general counsel – to enforce a decision made in 2018, which was upheld by Mr Justice […]
Audiences are spending less time reading law firm websites than before, according to a new report, despite the need for firms to disseminate information during the coronavirus pandemic. According to findings published in The Digital 100, engagement levels for the websites of the world’s largest firms dropped 15 per cent over the last quarter. Just […]
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s former head of commercial disputes has joined Signature Litigation – after he left the firm earlier this year following an internal investigation. Tom Snelling left Freshfields in March, having been made a partner at the firm in 2010. He will join Signature’s partnership on June 1. Snelling has been involved in a range […]
PwC Legal has lost another partner from its London ranks, with a longtime corporate lawyer set to leave for Forsters. Starting in June, partner Stuart Hatcher will join the nine-strong corporate team of the West End firm. He joins after 13 years in the legal ranks of the accountancy firm, where he assisted startups and […]