Category: COVID-19

PPP loans: an update for mergers and acquisitions by Colligan Law LLP

Published 6 days ago
The impacts of PPE loans on various sectors of the business world have been evolving since first announced.  Additional guidance and clarity regarding the impact on deal terms and the forgivability of PPP loans is being made available, as is a final ruling from the SBA clarifying the mechanics of forgivability in the context of […] Read More

The Australian trade response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and issues into the future by Rigby Cooke Lawyers

17 June 2020
One of the fundamental roles of governments during the COVID–19 Pandemic has been to assist the movement of goods through the international and domestic supply chain as well as to support those providing services in that supply chain. While there has been an understandable focus on movement of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and related equipment […] Read More

What are an employer’s obligations in Alberta for paying employees during COVID-19 by Emery Jamieson LLP

15 June 2020
Employers have many obligations to their employees when it comes to paying them, and employees can enforce these obligations through a lawsuit or by making a complaint with Employment Standards. While the province has implemented new workplace rules as a result of COVID-19, employers still have obligations to pay their employees. Here a few things […] Read More

Remote document execution during Covid-19 by Ronan Daly Jermyn

15 June 2020
We examine below practical considerations for arranging remote execution of transaction documents by Irish companies during the present Covid-19 restrictions. Ideally, where a document needs to be signed, it would be in the physical presence of all parties or their appointed attorneys at the completion of a transaction. With present travel restrictions lasting into the […] Read More

Is Malaysia in desperate need of a COVID-19 bill by Tay & Partners

15 June 2020
Malaysia was among the first countries in ASEAN to be heavily impacted by the spread of Covid-19, which forced the country into a Movement Control Order (MCO) from 18 March 2020. During the MCO, non-essential businesses were generally not allowed to operate from their premises, causing production to drop significantly and revenue to fall considerably. […] Read More