Clyde & Co
To address the spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19), governments and corporates are increasingly ordering corporate staff to work from home.
The article explains force majeure - when unforeseen consequences prevent the fulfillment of obligations under a contract.
These are some practical tips in light of the possible consequences of a customer becoming insolvent due to the pandemic.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Amid the widespread disruption caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, the Ontario government has issued an Order under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act suspending limitation periods...
Crowe MacKay LLP
The relief package is valued at $13.2 Million dollars and will take effect immediately.
Gowling WLG has been monitoring the development of COVID-19 closely and is continuously advising clients as more information becomes available. In the interest of helping commercial landlords
Clark Wilson LLP
With directions and recommendations from all levels of government and health authorities to avoid large gatherings and practice social distancing
Clark Wilson LLP
Nearly all businesses have been or will be wrestling with the question of whether they can deliver what they have promised under agreements and the consequences of failing
Littler - Canada
Because the COVID-19 situation is dynamic, with new governmental measures each day, employers should consult with counsel for the latest developments and updated guidance on this topic.
The Competition Bureau is watching for evidence of companies taking advantage of consumers by making false or misleading claims about a product's ability to combat COVID-19 ...
CCPIT Patent & Trademark Law Office
In view of the challenges faced by the outbreak of COVID-19, China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) issued Announcement No. 350 on January 28, 2020, allowing the party to claim for continued protection.
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak and its effects on the financial services sector, the MFSA has taken a decision to extend some of the regulatory reporting deadlines ...
The COVID-19 pandemic has the potential to affect the health and life of everyone.
Covid-19 is changing our usual business practices. As people are being forced to work from home, one concern ...
Our Guernsey and Jersey investment funds teams have identified some key issues for consideration in the context of the current global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
The Registrar of Companies has decided that all annual returns due to be filed by any Company from the 20th March 2020 and up to the 30th June 2020 will be deemed to have been filed on time
Jersey is a popular place to establish an asset holding company because the Companies Law is modern, flexible and modelled on English companies legislation.
Given the unprecedented effects of COVID-19, including widespread travel restrictions, listed companies may have to consider alternative ways
NautaDutilh Avocats Luxembourg
The Luxembourg government has announced measures to support the Luxembourg economy during the coronavirus crisis.
Legal Notice 93 and Legal Notice 94 of 2020 were published on the 23 March 2020. These legal notices establish the feed-in-tariff rates which are to apply for solar photovoltaic installations