What Issues are the Companies Facing during Remote Work?

The SEE Legal Employment & Immigration Practice Group and ALRUD’s Labour and Employment Practice join forces to present and discuss the most challenging issues that companies based in Southeast Europe and Russia are facing during remote work.

EDPS Issues Orientations on Temperatures Checks by EU Institutions

Acknowledging that body temperature checks conducted systematically as part of health and safety measures adopted to prevent the spread of COVID-19 contamination may interfere into individuals’ rights to private life and data protection, European Data Protection Supervisor issued on 1 September 2020 orientations on proper practices to be applied by the EU institutions in this regard.

Issues to be Careful about in Financing Agreements in Light of COVID-19

COVID-19 is a major threat to the world economy and the financial sector. It is for this reason that measures adopted by governments all over the world due to the pandemic as well as governmental decisions for certain sectors continue to affect commercial relations.

Overview of the Coronavirus Support Initiative & Impact on the Energy and Infrastructure Sectors in SEE

The SEE Legal Energy-Infrastructure Practice Group published an Overview of the Coronavirus Support Initiative and its Impact on the Energy and Infrastructure Sectors in Southeast Europe.

Powerful Business Response to Global Health Challenge

Humanity needs from each of us unprecedented contributions to support and enhance healthcare systems’ response to the coronavirus threat.

Package Travel Directive – COVID-19 Adjustments Strongly Needed

COVID-19 hit worldwide tourism at an unprecedented level. UNWTO estimated, as of March 2020, aggregate losses of up to USD 350-400 billion, which is one-third of the global turnover of tourism business.

Foreign Investments from Third Countries. A Change in the European Optics?

In an attempt to strengthen the protection of European strategic assets, the European Commission has issued Guidelines regarding the use of the FDI Regulation.

Emission Trading Scheme in the Times of COVID-19 Lockdown

In the midst of the COVID-19 waves, the EU Commission rejected the delay proposals on the Emission Trading Scheme’s mandatory annual deadlines.

COVID-19 and Force Majeure: A Comparative Analysis

Author: Josilda Ndreaj, KALO & ASSOCIATES COVID-19, the virus originated in Wuhan China, which is influencing the lifestyle of billions of people on earth, ruining the economy and killing many, is also creating room for discussion among the professional community worldwide. Many legal and financial experts are talking now about the immunity of legal relations governing the economic relations as well. Taking into consideration COVID-19’s measures taken by the Albanian Government many questions arise, mainly on the consequences of non-fulfillment (“breach”) of contractual obligations.…