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Court Partially Excuses Tenant’s Rent Obligations During COVID Shutdown

In the social and economic fallout from COVID, businesses are assessing how best to address their commercial relationships, especially where potentially insurmountable barriers to performance loom large.


Maintenance For Children At University Or College

Sending your child on to college or university is a significant financial commitment. The cost of living rises year on year and as well as tuition fees, students need to budget for rent, books and study materials, food, socialising and travel amongst many other things.


Avoiding Coronavirus Discrimination Claims in Retail and Hospitality

As the retail and hospitality industries reopen and expand operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, an important component of those plans is the potential issues affecting persons with disabilities.


Towards a new regulatory model in distributed generation

The proposal for a bill incorporating the concept of distributed energy resources is an extremely positive step for our country, since it promotes the incorporation of new technologies to encourage the use of clean energy in the country and is a complement to the current "Minae Distributed Generation Regulation".


Supreme Court Affirms "Booking.com" Trademark

On June 30, 2020, The Supreme Court of the United States issued its opinion, holding that a mark consisting of a generic term combined with “.com” is not necessarily generic, and may be eligible for trademark protection.