Updated Advice: Can Employers Mandate Vaccines?

Since our last update on mandatory vaccines in the workplace, the Fair Work Ombudsman has provided some further guidance as to what circumstances it considers will give rise to a valid lawful and reasonable direction from an employer in respect of vaccinations. The FWO considers there are four (4) broad categories of work in respect of risk of exposure: […]

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Dato’ Raveendra Kumar Nathan 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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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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David Foster 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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Francisco Rodríguez-Nepote 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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The Legal Framework of The Startups and The Vesting Contract

Edson Isfer[1] Mayara Roth Isfer Osna[2] [1] Ph. D. in Social Relationships Law – Federal University of Paraná, Brazil. M. A in Trade Law – Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil. Professor of Business Law at the Federal University of Paraná, Brazil. Licensed professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná, Brazil. Associate at […]

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Brief thought on the new restructuring rules in Denmark

1 Fast-track transfers in restructuring As a result of COVID-19, there has been a desire in Denmark to improve the regulatory framework for the restructuring of companies that are viable but experiencing temporary financial difficulties. However, the changes to the restructuring rules also cover companies that have run into financial difficulties for reasons other than […]

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Can Employers Mandate Vaccines?

The rollout of the COVID vaccinations has raised the question of whether the vaccine will be mandatory. This is particularly important in employment where employers may demand that their employees receive the vaccine or face discipline/termination. Regulatory Position The Federal Attorney-General released a media statement outlining the Federal Government position on mandatory vaccines.[1] In summary the […]

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Law&Pepper Advocaten joins IR as the exclusive Insolvency Member in Netherlands

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Frank Laagland of Law&Pepper Advocaten. Frank has joined IR as our exclusive Insolvency Member in Netherlands. Since 2008, Frank Laagland is partner/owner of Law&Pepper Advocaten, and he specialises in financial law and insolvency law. Clients can turn to him for clear and […]

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D.K. Avgitidis & Associates Law Firm joins IR as the exclusive Insolvency Member in Greece

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Dimitris Avgitidis of D.K. Avgitidis & Associates. Dimitris has joined IR as our exclusive Insolvency Member in Greece. Dimitris Avgitidis is managing partner of our firm and a Professor of Commercial Law in the Law Faculty of ‘’Democritus University of Thrace’’, where […]

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Sotomonte, Sotomonte & Rodriguez joins IR as the exclusive Insolvency Member in Columbia

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce David Ricardo Sotomonte Mujica of Sotomonte, Sotomonte & Rodriguez. David has joined IR as our exclusive Insolvency Member in Columbia. David graduated from Law at the Externado de Colombia University, where he also specialized in Business Law. He earned a Master in […]

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Extended delays to hold annual general meeting and file annual accounts

By a new law adopted on May 22, 2020 and published on May 29, 2020 (hereinafter the “Law”), the Luxembourg parliament decided to extend for three months the deadline for filing / publishing annual accounts, consolidated accounts and that reports relating thereto and the sanctions relating thereto with regard to directors / managers, as referred […]

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