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Doing Deals In the COVID-19 Era: Renegotiating Price and Other Changes Before Closing

Prior to the full and crippling outbreak of the Coronavirus in the United States, a number of companies entered into preliminary agreements to buy or sell assets, including real estate, intellectual property, stock, and subsidiaries or affiliates. 

Guide On The Application Of The New York Convention In Costa Rica

The New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards is one of the most important and successful United Nations treaties in the area of international trade law.

Should We Maintain Investments Despite COVID-19?

After 500 years of the Discoveries, the situation was reversed and it was Portugal that was discovered. In recent years, multiple international tourism awards have established Portugal as one of the best tourist destinations in the world.

Can The Covid-19 Epidemic Justify The Termination Of An Employment Contract On The Basis Of Force Majeure?

Here and there, we hear voices saying that this epidemic would undoubtedly characterize a case of force majeure allowing the termination of current contracts.

Covid-19: Special Arrangements For Holding General Meetings And Meetings Of Management Bodies

In view of the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic and the quarantine, some rules applicable to companies and organizations have been temporarily modified in order to facilitate the holding of the different General Meetings.