With COVID-19 dominating everyone’s lives and every country’s economy, we are supporting clients around the world as developments unfold.
While priority measures around the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic are understandably focused on the threat to life and health, with governments around the world implementing quarantine procedures and increased health checks, global trade and business has been, and will continue to be affected.
Kennedys experts across the globe will continue to monitor developments and advise on what they mean for you and your business. Please get in touch if you would like to speak to one of our experts.
Courts are needing to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic with new guidelines, restrictions and changes to how proceedings will be managed. We have collated links to court systems worldwide for general guidance.
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COVID-19 insights: helping you manage risk
During these unprecedented times, we are helping our clients to navigate their challenges, today and tomorrow.
Our specialists, working across all lines of contentious and non-contentious issues from 70 offices, associate offices and co-operations around the world, are here to support you while developments unfold. We also have a dedicated team of commercial experts to advise on all manner of business risks.
If your business is affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, please contact our experts via our global COVID-19 desk.