Posts Tagged ‘coronavirus’


In addition to the interruption and suspension of time limits, the current state of emergency - official measures to contain the pandemic - requires, among other things, restrictions in communication between parties at the courts and with public authorities. Court proceedings are also to be suspended to maintain social distancing measures. The COVID-19 Justice Accompanying Act has been in force since ...


The Double Taxation Treaty between Austria and the Russian Federation as amended on 20 June 2019 (DTT 2019) is currently in force. Last Wednesday, 25 March 2020, Russian President Vladimir Putin published measures to protect the economy due to the coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) and instructed the government of the Russian Federation to implement them. Among other things, existing double taxation treaties ...


The pandemic caused by the coronavirus and the restrictions on business life decreed by the authorities to combat it raise certain legal questions. For example, the 96th Regulation of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection requires the closure of shops in sectors that do not serve to maintain the supply of medical goods, medicines, and food ...