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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Legal and tax updates

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is affecting hundreds of thousands of people and businesses all over the world. In addition to the far-reaching health and safety measures to protect people’s lives, the growing impact of the outbreak on the global economy increasingly calls for measures to safeguard people’s livelihoods.

At this time, it is unclear what the exact impact on the global economy will be. And this causes uncertainty. Uncertainty that needs to be addressed as swiftly and thoroughly as possible.

That is why Loyens & Loeff has set up dedicated expert teams - to offer you an integrated answer to all your tax and legal questions related to the coronavirus outbreak.

Our multidisciplinary expert teams are closely monitoring and evaluating the legislative situation in all of our home markets: the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland. And to keep you up-to-date, they frequently publish relevant facts and insights on this webpage.

Read the latest publications below, or reach out to one of our experts directly. We are all ears.

Our coronavirus team in Belgium

Please find below an overview of our dedicated team of experts in Belgium and a summary of related updates.

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Our coronavirus team in Luxembourg

Please find below an overview of our dedicated team of experts in Luxembourg and a summary of related updates.

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Our coronavirus team in The Netherlands

Please find below an overview of our dedicated team of experts in The Netherlands and a summary of related updates.

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Our coronavirus team in Switzerland

Please find below an overview of our dedicated team of experts in Switzerland and a summary of related updates.

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Or contact one of our partners in our other offices: Hong Kong, London, New York, Paris, Singapore or Tokyo.  

 

Q&As and updates from our four home markets

Possibility to sign notarial deeds by digital procuration during COVID-19-lockdown
News - 22 April 2020 - Belgium

Digital power of attorney soon possible for the signature of notarial deeds

In recent years various initiatives have been taken in the field of digitalisation of the work of the civil notary. The COVID-19 lockdown and related government...
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Article - 22 April 2020 - Switzerland

Switzerland: Legal considerations relating to the COVID-19

This article aims to highlight the most important points in this context and to clarify legal issues in the elaboration of possible courses of action.
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News - 21 April 2020 - Netherlands

COVID-19 - Justice and Security (Interim Measures) Act

On 21 April 2020 the Senate passed the COVID-19 Justice and Security (Interim Measures) Act (Tijdelijke wet COVID-19 Justitie en Veiligheid).
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Article - 20 April 2020 - Global

20 April 2020 update on the EU responses to COVID-19 crisis

In this EUTA Special edition we provide an overview of the most important measures announced last week by the European Commission.
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