Australian retailers may need to restructure and re-define their purpose if they are to survive and prosper post-COVID-19.
The government recently announced a JobMaker plan to assist the Australian arts industry survive the impact of COVID-19.
Stacks Law Firm
The pandemic has brought organisational change into sharp focus, but what has happened to date is just the beginning.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Businesses need to ensure that they have strategies in place to maintain business continuity in the event of future supply shocks.
The opportunity for law firms now is not whether they will change, but to what extent they can capitalise on the transition.
Councils have many more industrial, human resources and work safety challenges ahead on the road to recovery.
Reflection on risks and evidentiary challenges associated with determining the date on which the economic losses cease.
Our team looks at the motor vehicle industry, outlining considerations to steer through COVID-19 and out the other side
2020년 5월 13일, 중국 과학기술부(科技部)와 교육부(教育部)...
As China gradually recovers from the COVID-19 epidemic, China's National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) is running as usual. All deadlines are being maintained at this time.
The COVID-19 virus was first identified in China in December 2019, although the scale of the problem only became apparent during the Chinese New Year Holiday at the end of January.
China's Greater Bay Area (the "GBA"), encompassing Hong Kong, much of Guangdong Province, and Macau represents a key economic,...
Due to the coronavirus outbreak in China, official deadlines are automatically extended to Feburary 3, 2020 (Beijing time) and may be subject to further postponement.
King, Stubb & Kasiva
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises ('MSME') play a crucial role in a developing country like India. MSME industries are in fact the backbone of the economy as has been quoted by many economists.
Nexdigm Private Limited
The global economy has succumbed to the uninvited guest, COVID-19, which arrived at the beginning of the year and brought an onslaught of huge ramifications on the economy and businesses as a whole.
Capital Markets will not look the same in 2020 than it did last year.
Under the scheme banks will be allowed to invest, through both primary and secondary market transactions.
In a bid to stimulate and strengthen the Indian economy amidst the nationwide lockdown to contain the coronavirus pandemic, the Government of India rolled out an economic package named the Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan.
Khaitan & Co
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the justice delivery system like never before. The compulsions associated with ‘social distancing' coupled with lockdown directives have led courts and tribunals to shut their premises to the public.