In the middle of a crisis such the current one, companies face variousunforeseeable challenges. And although at this moment the attention is directed towards overcoming this situation, one may not neglect how this outcome is achieved, especially considering that once the “storm”is over, misconducts tend to come to light and regulators will almost sure enforce …
With a fewnotable exceptions, all companies are struggling these days. For some itis about organizing general business survival, for some it is about dealingwith the short-term cash-flow management, some are restructuring their businessand resetting the employment scheme, while for some the only option was tofreeze production and apply for various public support measures.
Introduction As the negative consequences of COVID-19 continue to expand, companies are facing various demanding challenges, one of them being related to the organisation of the Annual General Meetings of the Shareholders (“AGMS”).
1. Introductory aspects Since its outbreak in November, 2019 in China, COVID-19 has rapidly spread across Europe, the general opinion being that the peak is yet to come. The aggressive rate of spreading of COVID-19 has marked the financial markets, which now indicate a decrease of the earnings expectations.
PNSA COVID-19 Legal Response Team
The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the globe and virtually all sectors have had to adapt to an increasingly contact-free environment. The world of arbitration is no exception, and in the past weeks we have seen a series of adjustments and solutions targeted at both safeguarding the health of participants and preserving the continuity of the …
First one: Coronavirus & competition – any potential link?
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