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Kinstellar has established a firm-wide COVID-19 Legal Task Force with dedicated legal experts from across our relevant sector focus teams and practice groups and a dedicated Legal Response Hotline service available for our clients and partners.

To further help you mitigate the impact of the pandemic on your business, we have created this special online COVID-19 Resource Hub where you can find relevant insights, podcasts, webinars and other content focusing on important legal and strategy issues related to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 crisis situation.

Slovakia: Summary of government measures adopted in response to COVID-19

7 April 2020 – COVID-19 outbreak has far-reaching impacts on the all aspects on our lives and businesses. During the first week of April 2020, Slovak government and parliament worked hard to adopt a first set of measures to help citizens and businesses...

Three easy steps to be privacy-ready for your webinar in the time of Covid-19

7 April 2020 – Especially during these hectic times, you might need to share information quickly or adapt to new working conditions. Most of us have had to move our businesses online and communicate more, or exclusively, electronically. Data protection...

Romania: New rules for employers on technical unemployment

6 April 2020 – The Romanian government is taking active measures to reduce the implementation of redundancies and support employers by bearing employee-related costs during the state of emergency declared via presidential decree on 16 March 2020.

Regional: Overview of measures adopted by authorities in Kinstellar jurisdictions in response to the Covid-19 outbreak and which appear to be relevant from a real estate perspective

6 April 2020 – Even though the legal regulations in this matter continue to evolve rapidly, we would like to provide to you with a general overview of the approaches taken in jurisdictions where Kinstellar currently operates. Please click here for the...

Czech Republic: Employment support program ANTIVIRUS

3 April 2020 – On 1 April 2020, the Government of the Czech Republic approved, via Resolution No. 353, a targeted employment support program called “Antivirus”. The aim of the Antivirus Program is to help businesses protect jobs by providing employers...

Regional: EPC Projects in the era of the global pandemic. Practical guide to approach your EPC Contracts during the COVID-19 crisis

6 April 2020 – The current global pandemic situation has dire consequences for the energy & natural resources sector, including on energy and petrochemical development projects and revamp / refurbishment projects across the sub-systems in the energy...

Turkey: Updated information on measures taken by the government in relation to the COVID-19 situation

3 April 2020 – The Turkish government has taken several measures recently to reduce the negative economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Kinstellar’s COVID-19 Task Force in Istanbul summarises below the main measures impacting economic undertakings...

Regional: Updated information about certain measures taken by governments in the Kinstellar jurisdictions

3 April 2020 – Kinstellar has established a firm-wide COVID-19 Legal Task Force with dedicated legal experts from across our relevant sector focus teams and practice groups. Our Task Force will keep you up to date regarding the legal issues, including...

Czech Republic: Act on the mitigation of the impact of an epidemic

2 April 2020 – The Ministry of Justice, in response to the economic impact of the current crisis resulting from the government measures related to the COVID-19 epidemic, has prepared an act on certain measures to mitigate the effects of the SARS CoV-2...

Regional: Non-Contact Business Landscape

3 April 2020 – The current coronavirus pandemic has made physical business meetings difficult, if not impossible. Companies who continue business operations have been forced to shift to online channels, particularly if such operations are strongly dependant...