The unprecedented measures adopted by countries worldwide for tackling the COVID-19 outbreak, including social distancing and movement restrictions, have prompted changes to the national judicial systems as well.From the United States to the Middle East, from Europe to Australia, courts… Read morePandemic Upsides: How the Coronavirus Is Forcing Courts Into the 21st Century
The Emergency Situation Certificate (“ESC”) is a new legal instrument introduced in the Romanian landscape in the extraordinary context of COVID-19 pandemic and the state of emergency that has been declared by the Presidential Decree no. 195/March 16, 2020. … Read moreCOVID 19: The Emergency Situation Certificate
No stop button on competition rules In crisis situations the risks of market operations are higher, thus companies are incentivized to coordinate their behavior or unilaterally impose specific measures. Nonetheless, such practices may have anticompetitive outcome and thus may be… Read moreCOVID-19: Competition Law. Implications
Introductory aspects With an increasing spread of COVID-19, companies are facing complex challenges in their businesses‘ day-to-day operation. For avoiding the risk of infection within their workforce, protecting employees and their business, companies have considered several approaches, including an active… Read moreCOVID-19: Privacy Laws. Implications
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… Read moreCOVID-19: Arbitration – Where to?