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Do not empty the inbox yet. That was advice for franchisees offered by Jason Murray, partner at K&L Gates, during a new Franchise Times Legal Eagles webinar on COVID-19 terminations and litigation. “There will be a lot of back and forth” between franchisors and franchisees, he said. “There will be a paper trail if you …

The recurring blockages in Metro Manila have somehow offered a boon to the administration in terms of relieving the pressure of implementing the 105 expensive infrastructure projects under its ‘Build, Build’ program. , to build “. More importantly, the metro closures also provide an opportunity to accelerate the reduction of Metro Manila’s stifling socio-economic influence …

Spain reopened its borders to travelers from all over the world on Monday, and tourists from any part of the world will be able to visit the country during the peak summer season. This was the announcement made by Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez on May 21 at the Fitur tourism fair in Madrid – but …

It can be argued that 2020 has been characterized by confusion and uncertainty. Doubts abounded in the first quarter of the year as to whether the financial crisis caused by the pandemic would be such that the charter market would struggle to find custom. However, the opposite turned out to be true. During a short …

Posted on June 8, 2021 at 10:25 PM by The maritime executive The fast growing ballast water equipment manufacturer ERMA FIRST has acquired the German marine water specialist RWO GmbH. Founded in 1975 and headquartered in Bremen, RWO provides water and wastewater treatment systems for ships, ports and offshore installations and is a market leader …

The Center should acquire 100% of production from all domestic manufacturers and distribute it proportionally to states, based on their respective populations as a first approximation (or further refine based on spread / infections), the finance minister said. of Tamil Nadu, P Thiaga Rajan, in response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement on the vaccine …

Bernard Ang of Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind Out-Law, whose work includes projects in Myanmar, said employers and contractors operating in the country should review their contracts and undergo alternative scenario planning given of the volatile situation in Myanmar, to determine the best options for them. “It is rare that a single event, or …

COVID-19, the world’s most dangerous virus that has shamed cancer and destroyed both lives and businesses, has damaged something irreparably. The MSME sector. Worse, the pandemic has halted the government’s ability to help the industry in India. In developed countries, governments have provided wage subsidies and loans directly to struggling businesses. Governments could do it …

NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – The owners of the Seacor Power have brought a civil action against the families of the crew members, who were on the ship when it capsized in April, to protect the company from liability as a result of the incident. The lawsuit has been filed in federal court in the Eastern …

BRUSSELS BEHIND THE SCENESWeekly analysis and untold storiesWith SAMUEL STOLTON Other behind-the-scenes stories in Brussels:Barnier’s last roll of the diceWhy Macron is banking on the Conference on the future of EuropeThe enemies of European footballThe courage to make a sceneThe slow death of April Fool’s Day Brought back to Strasbourg For many months now, the …