How extensive is the vaccine roll out in your jurisdiction? How quickly will advisors and their clients need to understand the key questions involved with the vaccine as a workplace panacea?

As mentioned by the WHO, “the development and rapid deployment of vaccines against Covid-19 represents a fundamental step towards ending the pandemic, protecting health systems and helping to restore global economies”. As of June 29th, 2021 more than 50% of people in France had received a first shot of the vaccine and more than 30% […]

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Which business sectors will be most affected by the vaccine roll out and why? Will employers be allowed to have access to this sensitive information and how will that have an impact on employment law?

With or without vaccination, working post-Covid should be different. Employers and employees have experienced telework, which should change how work is carried out. Even if socialisation is still necessary to belong to a community, the pandemic will have a long-term implication on business. Paris is a good example. According to a study requested by Mastercard, […]

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How will the vaccine roll out in different jurisdictions impact cross-border businesses? What will professional advisors need to ensure best practice and governance are carried out?

Figures shared by the WHO show that most European countries are in the same situation regarding the vaccine roll-out. They also show that only 10% of the global population has been vaccinated so far. This means that travel will only be possible again in certain countries and most will still have restrictions in place. This […]

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Richard Jadot participates in the IR Global Virtual Series – Day of Reckoning: Insolvencies in a post pandemic world

Foreward by Andrew Chilvers When the UK government recently paid Cardiff Airport’s £42.6 million debt and then provided £42.6 million in grants, it was following the same path adopted by governments around the world to try to bring long-term stability to businesses during the pandemic. Emergency measures like these were designed to protect companies during […]

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France: the role of alternative measures to redundancies in managing the crisis

Faced with the economic impact of the health crisis, many companies that have found themselves compelled to curtail their business operations have begun restructuring. Besides making personnel redundant, such firms can make use of the various mechanisms introduced by the successive reforms of France’s labour code, such as the collective performance agreement (accord de performance […]

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Force Majeure:

Protecting Yourself against Divine Intervention

June 2021

Defining ‘Force Majeure’ in a post-Covid landscape In 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic tanked economies, disrupted global supply chains and brought businesses to their knees. With the advent of regulations enforcing […]

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LexCase joins IR as the exclusive Immigration Law Member in France

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Raphael Apelbaum of LexCase. Raphael has joined IR as our exclusive Immigration Law Member in France. Raphael APELBAUM is heading our Immigration & Mobility Practice Group in full collaboration with Florence Drapier Faure (Labor law & mobility) and Philippe Drouillot (Tax […]

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ALTIJ Law Firm joins IR as the exclusive Data Privacy & Security Member in France

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Nicholas Cullen of ALTIJ Law Firm. Nicholas has joined IR as our exclusive Data Privacy & Security Member in France. Qualified to practice in France and England, Nicholas advises clients on a wide range of GDPR compliance issues. An expert on data […]

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Our Time to RISE, a Business for Good book

As organisations adapt to the complexities of globalisation, a growing strain on natural resources and the environment, the influx of new technologies, use of social media and increased transparency, with a societal approach to business and ethical behaviour is more important than ever.  Through our Business for Good initiative, we encourage business leaders to ‘think […]

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Electronic invoices in France will be mandatory in 2023!

All companies will be obligated to use e-invoicing in France in 2023. This was set in place to reduce VAT fraud and to make invoice management easier for businesses. The French government has recently announced sweeping new electronic invoicing requirements to help tackle VAT evasion. By 2025, new eInvoicing and eReporting obligations will apply to […]

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