Global COVID-19 Resource Center

COVID-19 is massively impacting businesses across the globe - from employment issues to disruption in the supply chain to contractual obligations, World Law Group member firms share their insights and top resources. View all COVID-19 Legal Updates and News.

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COVID-19 Resource Centers From Our Member Firms

Arendt & Medernach

Member Firm for Luxembourg

COVID-19 Solutions

Arnold & Porter

Member Firm for District of Columbia - U.S.A.

Coronavirus Emerging Challenges

AZB & Partners

Member Firm for India


Chandler MHM

Member Firm for Thailand



Member Firm for Spain

Cuatrecasas Task Force

Goodmans LLP

Member Firm for Ontario - Canada

COVID-19 Resource Centre

Gowling WLG

Member Firm for England

COVID-19 Managing Risk

Greenberg Glusker

Member Firm for California - U.S.A.

Coronavirus Resource Center

Lane Powell PC

Member Firm for Washington - U.S.A.

COVID-19 Task Force

Locke Lord LLP

Member Firm for Massachusetts - U.S.A.

COVID-19 Resource Center

Miller & Martin PLLC

Member Firm for Georgia - U.S.A.

Coronavirus Resources


Member Firm for Portugal



Member Firm for Sweden



Member Firm for Brazil

Legal Impact on Brazil


Member Firm News

AZB & Partners acted for Reliance Industries (“RIL”) and its digital arm, Jio Platforms (“JPL”) on a series of investments totaling USD 20.2 billion, from an array of leading global investors, including Facebook, Qualcomm, Intel and Google among others.

Member Firm News

Member firm SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan (Philippines) has taken the initiative to address some of the most pressing needs during this global pandemic, providing relief goods to vulnerable communities and much-needed supplies to medical front line workers.

Legal Update
On July 30, 2020 the Argentine Congress passed a law that promotes and regulates teleworking for those jobs that can be performed remotely, in both the private and public sector. Likewise, it added new provisions to the existing Labor Contract Law No. 20,744.
Matthew Arrumm
Francisco da Cunha Matos + 351 963901579
Carlos de la Puente Téllez 5533326968
André Figueiredo
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