This article examines the UK Supreme Court’s decision on the coverage provided by Business Interruption insurance policies in relation to losses arising out of the Covid-19 pandemic and resulting government measures.
The UAE Cabinet recently announced its approval of amendments to the Bankruptcy Law that aim to ease the enhanced financial pressures on businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic. This article looks at the changes and potential implications.
This short French-language article details the new local real estate measures being introduced by the French Government following renewed restrictions due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
This article outlines how the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), set to remain open until 31 March 2021, supports individuals and businesses who are impacted by disruption caused by coronavirus.
This article analyses the new measures introduced by the Italian Government to boost infrastructure investment in Italy and mitigate the negative economic repercussions of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This article explores the risk of personal liability for managing directors in connection with insolvency filing obligations during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic in Germany.
This article explains how the new UK Job Support Scheme (including the most recent updates) coming into force on 1 November 2020 will enable businesses to retain employees on shorter hours.
Going once! Going twice! Sold! – English court gives helpful guidance on ship auction sale procedure9 October 2020
This article examines an Admiralty Court decision determining whether to approve the sale of a 7th generation drillship that had been laid up for a protracted period.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is pushing both US and foreign borrowers to consider US bankruptcy options. This article explores what lenders need to know about US Bankruptcy Code to protect their investment.
COVID-19 is likely to have a significant economic impact on Thailand’s exporters, sellers and traders. To what extent can trade credit insurance assist companies dealing with these increased risks?