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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.

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

18 May 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...

Romania: Measures applicable during the state of alert

15 May 2020 – Due to favourable evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic in Romania, the authorities have replaced starting with today, 15 May 2020, the state of emergency with the state of alert for a period of 30 days. The competent authorities have taken...

Regional: Updated information about certain measures taken by governments in the Kinstellar jurisdictions in relation to the COVID-19 situation

15 May 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...

Romania: Government approves temporary rules designed to facilitate general meetings of shareholders and the meetings of other corporate bodies

15 May 2020 – In the context of the restrictions imposed by the authorities in Romania to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the government has enacted Government Emergency Ordinance 62/2020 (“GEO 62/2020”), which regulates certain temporary measures...

Kazakhstan: Supreme Court’s explanation on the introduction of the state of emergency

14 May 2020 - On 6 May 2020, the Supreme Court of the Republic of Kazakhstan (the “Supreme Court”) issued Explanation No. 1 on certain issues of judicial practice in connection with the introduction of the state of emergency.

Romania: Insolvency in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic

8 May 2020 – During the current state of emergency, the Romanian government has adopted a series of measures aimed at reducing the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the business environment in Romania, such as supporting the payment of technical...

Regional: Updated information about certain measures taken by governments in the Kinstellar jurisdictions in relation to the COVID-19 situation

6 May 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: “COVID-Rent” programme

6 May 2020 – We would like to draw your attention to a “COVID-Rent” programme currently being drafted by the Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade (the “Programme”). Along with the existing Act no. 210/2020 Coll., which prohibits landlords from...

Czech Republic: Compensation for damage incurred in relation to the restrictions implemented by the Ministry of Health

29 April 2020 – On 23 April 2020, the Municipal Court in Prague (in Czech: Městský soud v Praze) issued a crucial ruling, annulling, with effect from 27 April 2020, four measures implemented by the Czech Ministry of Health. The measures, issued in...

Serbia: State guarantee schemes further strengthen package of economic measures to mitigate impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic

27 April 2020 – As part of on-going efforts to mitigate the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Serbia, the Serbian government has recently adopted a decree (the “Decree”)[1] establishing state guarantees for qualifying commercial bank loans.