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The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act (the Act) came into force on 26 June and includes measures to help struggling UK companies to react and adapt to the impact of COVID-19 on businesses and the economy. This article considers how the Act affects termination clauses in contracts for the supply of goods and services.
This article contains a summary of the impact of COVID-19 on construction contracts and the risks and disputes facing contractors and employers.
Katarzyna Dębińska Pietrzyk and Karol Stępniak in the latest alert prepared by the real estate department, answer the question how will the upcoming changes affect the real estate transactions?
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The UK Government has released guidance setting out recommendations for parties to contracts materially affected by COVID-19 to act responsibly and fairly to protect jobs and the economy.
CLBILS is a new Government initiative aimed at medium-seized and larger UK businesses facing cash-flow issues and revenue loss as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
These FAQs provide information on the key points of the new British Business Bank delivered scheme, including eligibility and State aid implications.
In order to ensure business continuity, the Law Decree no. 23 of 8 April 2020 (also known as “Liquidity Decree”) introduced some measures aimed at foster lending, through the provision of State guarantees on financing to Italian businesses.
Law Decree no. 23 of 8 April 2020 has brought some temporary amendments to Italian insolvency law, in order to preserve business continuity.
Our top tips for businesses who are having to balance managing their ongoing contractual obligations with ensuring long term sustainability.
The CMA published a guidance outlining its approach to businesses cooperating during the COVID-19 crisis and explaining what arrangements could be legal under competition law during the crisis.