“Providing the vaccine to only a small number of relatively well-off South Africans serves no real purpose”, writes Yamkela Makupula, CEO of Diaz Reus Africa.
The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York has announced that jury trials can resume on Wednesday, Sept. 23 as part of phase three of their phased reopening plan.
According to a statement from Chief Judge Colleen McMahon in the Southern District of New York, they have prioritized the order of trials using agreed-upon criteria to select cases from among those for which trial dates were requested.
“Debemos tener claro que situaciones como esta se pueden repetir, y nuestra obligación es estar preparados”
Tomás Villatoro, socio de Ius + Aequitas en España, despacho miembro de DRT International Law Firm & Alliance, considera que gracias a su estructura organizativa han sido capaces de superar con nota la situación del COVID-19.
By Andrés Culagovski, from Abdala & Cía., member of DRT International Law Firm & Alliance in Chile.
Yamkela Makupula, CEO of Diaz Reus Africa, elaborates on what an emergency budget means for South Africa.
By Kenneth A. Linzer and Frances Strnad, from Linzer Law Group, a member of DRT International Law Firm & Alliance in Los Angeles, CA. “The novel coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic has forced tens of millions and possibly billions of people to adapt to a “new abnormal.” This new abnormal includes social distancing, working from home, wearing face masks in public, attending remote video meetings on technologies like Zoom, Google Hangouts, Skype or Cisco Webex, to name just a few. Accompanying these adjustments, there has been a surge in the use of surveillance technologies and so-called contact-tracing apps by both employers and governments around the globe.
La fachada del litigio de demanda colectiva COVID-19 contra China en virtud de la Ley de Inmunidades Soberanas Extranjeras
En las últimas semanas, se han presentado al menos cuatro demandas colectivas en los tribunales de distrito federales de los Estados Unidos contra el gobierno de la República Popular de China (la “RPC” o “China”), todas relacionadas con la supuesta responsabilidad de China por daños y perjuicios, lesiones sufridas por la actual pandemia del COVID-19…
On February 26th, 2020, the first case of Covid 19 in Latin America was detected in Sao Pablo, Brazil. Countries throughout the region reacted by implementing a wide range of measures, reflecting national legislation, customs, and even ideology. The impact of those measures on personal privacy will have ongoing consequences throughout the region. One of the initiatives which have been most closely scrutinized is that of contact tracing…
The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic crisis have led to an unprecedented assertion of power by governments across Latin America and the world…
The Façade of COVID-19 Class Action Litigation Against China Under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act
In recent weeks, at least seven class action lawsuits have been filed in federal district courts
throughout the United States against the government of the People’s Republic of China (the
“P.R.C.” or “China”), all relating to China’s alleged liability for damages and injuries sustained in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The world is still in the early stages of figuring out just how much of an impact COVID-19 will have on the global economy…
Yamkela Makupula, CEO of Diaz Reus Africa: Earlier that year, the country had been facing a number of political and economic crises which weighed heavily on our investor confidence…