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The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has far-reaching consequences for the accessibility of justice and alternative forms of dispute resolution in Germany. In this article, we will provide you with an update on the ...
Will Langran and Hanna Jansson consider how the Swedish courts are reacting to the current COVID-19 pandemic and how arbitration is being affected, including the reaction of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC)
Judicial system on hold and creation of a “delay protection zone” because of COVID-19 situation in France
The continuity of your company depends on the actions you take as of now: despite a reduced functioning of Courts, several solutions might enable you to secure financially your business.
With lockdown easing, the French Government modified the system of time limits extensions, especially procedural deadlines, during the health emergency.
Since the announcement by Chancellery on Sunday, 15 March 2020, of the closure of all courts in France as of 16 March 2020 and until further notice, as well as the postponement of all hearings except those relating to ...
Anne-Florence Raducault, a partner in our French DR team together with associates Celine Gasser and Benjamin Maubert have put together a toolkit to help businesses manage contractual relationships governed by French law ...
It is widely known that COVID-19 imposes immediate difficulties on many companies to pay their bills, and – equally – to collect their own outstanding invoices. In the below we will discuss the most commonly expected ...
The COVID-19 virus also has far-reaching consequences for the accessibility of justice and alternative forms of dispute resolution in the Netherlands. In this article we will tell you what measures have been taken up ...
The Singapore Dispute Resolution team examines the Singapore Convention on Mediation Act 2020 and its impact on international arbitration.