Life in coronavirus time
The last weeks have changed our lives and work in ways we could barely have imagined at the end of February. Gradually, we are becoming accustomed to switching on our home computer instead of going to the office every day, holding meetings via video conference, and communications with business partners often revolving around a single topic. The time has come for businesses to face unpleasant problems and challenges that are crucial to their survival and future activities. Many companies have been affected by the government emergency measures, be it changes or shutdowns, restricted labour movement, closing borders or falling demand. In response, we have set up expert teams to regularly monitor the latest government measures, inform you of newly adopted crisis legislation, answer urgent questions about your business and make practical recommendations.
We are also happy to share our knowledge and experience with you in our practical guides and in a series of webinars. However, lawyers are occupied with more than just coronavirus. It is certainly worth mentioning a major amendment to the Business Corporations Act, which can be regarded without hyperbole as the most fundamental legal act of the last three months, or news regarding the dismissal of senior employees and many other topics that we bring to you in the latest issue of this newsletter. We wish you pleasant reading, good health and an early return to business as usual.
Jiří Kokeš | Principal Associate | Prague
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