Germany has implemented measures to support businesses struggling from the effects of the COVID-19 epidemic. This includes a protective financial shield as well as changes to German civil and insolvency law.
Covid-19 has created massive levels of activity by key competition authorities with contradictory effects – a huge opening up of State Aid, and a widening of potentially lawful cooperation between competitors, yet a stern warning about price-gouging and excessive pricing. This article provides a guide for business to current trends, and key compliance questions.
We have formed a dedicated team to assist our clients worldwide to deal with any and all challenges faced by businesses affected by the government lockdowns.
German Tax Authorities have published measures which will help to reduce and delay tax payments in 2020. Each business will need to apply for these tax reliefs individually at the competent German tax office.
The German Federal Government has announced support measures for businesses struggling from the effects of the COVID-19 epidemic. This newsletter focuses on the implementation of a protective financial shield as well as certain additional measures including tax reliefs and a loosening of insolvency filing requirements.
London Construction Partner Barry Hembling discusses the impact of the coronavirus on construction projects.
The two apartment complexes are adjacent to one another and are located in very close proximity to The University of Texas.
In this article we discuss how employers procuring construction works can effectively manage the resolution of any defects that arise on their projects.
London Real Estate Partner Ranjeev Kumar looks at the rise in the financing of assisted and supported living schemes.
WFW advises Le Palace Genève on new hotel management agreement and rebranding for Grand Hotel Geneva
Situated next to Lake Geneva, the five-star hotel has 412 rooms, including 33 suites and 14 apartments, as well as three restaurants, a swimming pool, a luxury spa and a fitness centre.