Force maejure: Can construction contracts be suspended because of pandemic? Read more (in Latvian) here.
On March 11, 2020, CEE Legal Matters reported that Sorainen had successfully defended HR solutions provider Amston before the Equal Opportunities Ombudsperson in Lithuania. They spoke with Henrika Bivainiene, Director of Amston, about the case. Henrika comments on arguments that ultimately convinced the Equal Opportunities Ombudsperson to reject the claim: “It was alleged that because of […]
In order to resolve the practical and legal issues involved in the chain reaction as a result of the state of emergency, the Parliament passed a package of amendments in the form of a so-called cluster bill (170 SE). These changes were necessary for the continuation of state life in an emergency situation, but at […]
Responsible authority: The Ministry of Health State-declared emergency period: 13 March – 12 May 2020 State and local government institutions will assess and, as far as possible, ensure remote provision of on-site services. Employers must take steps to ensure that those with symptoms of acute respiratory infection are not employed in work involving potential risks to […]