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Davies Collison Cave
Following the release of the mandatory code of conduct by the National Cabinet on 7 April 2020, the Victoria Parliament passed the COVID-19 Omnibus (Emergency Measures) Act 2020 (Vic) on 24 April 2020 ...
Davies Collison Cave
Like its Federal, State and Territory counterparts, the Queensland government has implemented a variety of measures in response to COVID-19 (some of which are discussed in our COVID-19 Resource Centre publications).
Davies Collison Cave
The Federal Court of Australia is continuing to operate during COVID-19 disruption, with hearings continuing (where practicable) using remote access technology.
Johnson Winter & Slattery
Last week the Australian Government announced a three step framework for a COVIDSafe Australia. The states and territories are able to implement changes based on their specific COVID-19 conditions.
Invest Barbados
Expo 2020 Dubai, which was originally slated to open on October 1, 2020, has now been postponed until one year later and will now run from October 1, 2021 until March 31, 2022.
Watson Goepel LLP
All workers have the right to a healthy and safe workplace. As such, they have the right to refuse unsafe work – in other words, they may refuse work that they believe has the potential to harm...
Bennett Jones LLP
The class actions landscape remains active, particularly in the United States, as some businesses re-open and a semblance of some degree of normalcy returns to certain pockets of North America.
Clark Wilson LLP
A recent report by the Canadian military has shone a light on a problem that some elder advocates have been attempting to address for a number of years.
Bereskin & Parr LLP
Scientific advances provide hopeful front page news these days. Data, and in some cases a complete lack of data, affect how headlines are shaped in both life sciences and high technology.
Crowe MacKay LLP
The required minimum withdrawals from Registered Retirement Income Funds (RRIFs) have been reduced by 25% for 2020. This will provide flexibility to seniors that are concerned that they may be required to liquidate their RRIF assets ...
Littler Mendelson
On May 8, 2020, the federal government of Canada clarified through Q&A guidance that the Employment Insurance (EI) rules allowing employers to make additional ("top up") payments to workers through Supplementary Unemployment ...
Bennett Jones LLP
The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated the need for a robust remote video-conferencing solution that meets all of the requirements of the legal community.
Gowling WLG
The performing arts world is confronting some of the harshest challenges of any industry in the wake of the global pandemic.
Cayman Islands
The global spread of COVID-19 and the sustained containment protocols in place including social distancing and quarantine, together with the anticipated prolonged remote working arrangements...
AGP Law Firm | A.G. Paphitis & Co. LLC
The Covid-19 crisis has not only led to serious implications for human lives, it is significantly impacting businesses and economies.
Today I am joined by my good friend and colleague Samantha Sacramento, the Minister for Civil Contingencies who has been working non-stop since this crisis began.
Hong Kong
Mayer Brown
The Hong Kong Government yesterday (18 May) provided additional information on the ESS and, particularly, on the penalties that the government will impose if an applicant breaches either of the undertakings required to be given.
Clyde & Co
In these unprecedented times, where the world is grappling with the catastrophic COVID-19 pandemic, businesses across the globe are witnessing their worst losses. Some even staring at bankruptcies.
Khurana and Khurana
Justice delayed is justice denied. One need not be lawyer to understand the gravity of the legal maxim as this is Magna Carta of the Constitution of India.
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