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Prior Work Conflicts in the Age of COVID-19

It is always the case that lawyers and law firms must stay attuned to the possibility of prior work conflicts. Special vigilance is warranted now, however, because the COVID-19 pandemic has created particular ways in which prior work conflicts are rearing their heads.


Published: 09/04/20

Summary COVID-19: Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is authorized to guarantee up to $349 billion in loans to eligible borrowers through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). These loans are then forgiven after an eight-week period, if certain conditions are met.


Published: 08/04/20

Measures Approved in Leasing Matters to Mitigate Effects Derived from COVID-19

As we have been informed, on March 14 the state of alarm was declared throughout the national territory. There have been numerous measures that have been approved in recent days to mitigate the economic and social impact as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Published: 03/04/20

Nationalities Granted Every Week, Despite COVID-19

The world has been forced to slow down, but we can never stop. And, fortunately, with health we can all continue to work, despite some added difficulties. 


Published: 02/04/20

The Purchase and Sale of Flat Housing and the Contractual Nature of Advertising

Purchase of off-plan homes is a widespread practice, however, it is not uncommon for some buyer to take the odd surprise, when verifying that the property delivered does not meet the characteristics, surface area, space , or orientation agreed on the day of purchase.


Published: 31/03/20