The retail sector has been suffering greatly during the COVID-19 pandemic. The legislation is changing almost on an everyday basis.

Setting up an e-commerce website in order to start selling products or act as a marketplace online has become even more essential in the times of the COVID-19 pandemic, when online shopping has become not just yet more popular but what is more important – safe and often the only easily accessible

It has been widely reported that Ms. Liz Uihlein, the CEO of Uline Inc. (Uline) was recently granted an exemption from Canada’s COVID-19 travel restrictions and its 14-day self-quarantine requirement, for a brief business trip.

As many employees return to the workplace in the midst of the ongoing and persistent coronavirus pandemic, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 685 into law on September 17, 2020, requiring employers of California employees to provide notice to employees of potential exposure to

On August 26, 2020, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) announced rule amendments intended to dramatically expand certain categories of investors who may participate in private placements of securities.

With less than a month to go until election night, policies are being revealed at an ever-increasing rate.

In order to allow parties to an ongoing dispute to reach a settlement, and thus reach a more (cost) efficient and faster outcome than a court judgment, the French-speaking Enterprise Court of Brussels has created a chamber for amicable settlement (“chambre de règlement amiable”), which has been l

On September 16, 2020, the Ministry of Finance published an extensive draft of a significant amendment to the income tax acts. The changes are to apply from 2021.