COVID-19: Waiver of the Benefit of the Insolvency Filing Moratorium in Russia
The recent outbreak of the coronavirus COVID-19 has quickly evolved from a local issue to a global crisis. In addition to the tragic human loss, the disease is having and will continue to have a profound economic impact. On this page we will be providing regular legal updates on issues affecting our clients’ businesses around the world. Below is a list of our published updates.
Retailers faced a difficult financing market before COVID-19 appeared, but lockdowns have made the situation even tougher
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to escalate, ensuring wellbeing of employees is paramount, but it is not the only challenge. There is a vast sway of operational and legal issues that businesses must address, too.
COVID-19 has put dealmaking in the already disrupted retail industry under further strain. Some retailers, however, have proven resilient and those that survive will see opportunity to vertically integrate supply chains and invest in technology capabilities
Our global team has prepared the following FAQs to provide financial institutions with a cross-border perspective in navigating the governmental/regulatory response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our global team can provide advice on eligibility for governmental financial assistance measures on a global basis.
Czech Government Financial Assistance Measures to Address Adverse Effects of COVID-19
Rescue Measures for South African Businesses to Stay Afloat in Turbulent Waters
Underwriters are grappling with the need to support clients that are accessing funding, while maintaining disclosure standards and managing their risk when the tools they’ve typically used may be unavailable
Oil & gas dealmaking has plummeted following a period of prolonged low oil prices and a steep fall in demand due to COVID-19. However, large players with strong balance sheets could still see opportunities to invest
Ensuring Economic Stability. Support of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Kazakhstan