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Stibbe: COVID-19

Stibbe: COVID-19

Stibbe: COVID-19

18.03.2020 EU law

In view of the developments concerning the coronavirus, we hereby inform you of our business operations and the measures we take to ensure the continuity of our services to you.

Taking into account that circumstances can change every day, we assure you that we can continue to meet your business needs.  

Our office has robust IT systems and we have implemented a remote working plan which enables us to continue providing our services beyond our physical offices without significant interruptions.

In any case, the well-being of our colleagues and everyone with whom we are in daily contact is paramount. Therefore, we have instructed our lawyers and staff members to work remotely from home. We do not currently receive people at the office and we hold meetings by telephone or video conference. We have also imposed far-reaching restrictions on our staff with regard to travel and external meetings. The hygiene measures within our offices are very strict and are intensively monitored. Of course, we constantly monitor the directives of the authorities and take extra measures when necessary.
 
Should you need advice regarding the impact of coronavirus on any aspect of your business, you will find on our website a:

Your regular contact within Stibbe is also available to advise you personally or redirect you to the appropriate lawyer in this regard. Should you have any questions about the above explanation, please let us know. 

Team

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