Covid-19 coronavirus: Germany insights
How to plan and respond to the legal, regulatory and commercial challenges
How should the global financial services industry and businesses across the world respond to the unprecedented legal, commercial and regulatory risks posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, its profound impact on society and disruption to the ordinary course of everyone's personal and professional lives?
Businesses of all types need to ensure they are across the relevant issues, have a holistic picture of their risk position and engage with stakeholders appropriately to ensure they are best placed to adapt to a rapidly changing commercial environment. The decisions organisations make today may have far-reaching implications tomorrow.
Our multi-disciplinary teams are working closely with clients on a range of matters including contingency planning, supply chain disruption, employee matters, contractual obligations and handling distressed situations.
We’ve produced a series of insightful analysis, practical checklists and concise guides to help you identify and assess the key legal and commercial issues, how to mitigate risk now and in the future as well as the short and long-term regulatory and operational implications of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Read the insights below from our lawyers in Germany to help you prepare for the evolving impact of Covid-19 to your business. This site will be updated regularly with the latest thinking from Allen & Overy.
Covid-19 Update: Act to further shorten the residual debt discharge procedureRead More
Covid-19 Update: New Lockdown - Effects of the Federal-State Resolution of 13 December 2020 on the Commercial Rental LawRead More
Covid-19 update: Reduction of variable remuneration in respect of the Covid-19 pandemic – Questions we are being asked in GermanyRead More
Covid-19 coronavirus: Amendment to COVInsAGRead More
How is A&O responding to Covid-19?
Our approach to client service, international travel, meetings and events at this time.