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COVID-19 has halted the world: how does your business go on as usual?

The COVID-19 crisis has sparked many (legal) questions that affect your clients’ business and your own. The crisis brings challenges but also opportunities, and the time is now to map those out. In this webinar, speakers from different jurisdictions share their experiences in these challenging times.

  • What are the most urgent demands from clients (force majeure and hardship in contracts, corporate law aspects, regulatory provisions...)
  • Where can you add value for your clients business in the current climate?
  • Which markets will be affected most? And how can you find your place in this quickly changing landscape?
  • What is the role of the lawyer in assisting economic operators when it comes to interpreting urgent measures having a huge impact on business, taking into account public interest?

Both outside and in-house counsel perspective will be given and you’ll leave this 30-minute webinar with new ideas and tools in your legal first aid kit.

Join us on Tuesday, 7 April, from 13:30 - 14:00 CET.


  • Marco Gardino, R&P Legal - Studio Associato, Italy 
  • Eric Johnson, Advokatfirman Cederquist, Sweden
  • Alessandro Paci, R&P Legal - Studio Associato, Italy
  • Max Mailliet, Etude Max Mailliet, Luxembourg (Moderator)
  • Anda Mize, European Lingerie Group, Latvia

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