As the logistics industry continues to thrive, and with mobility being a key pillar of Expo 2020, our latest edition of Law Update looks at the Transport and Logistics sector. An area that is integral to the business and consumer supply chain because it impacts all aspects of the products and services we consume.
From expert commentary to great insights, this edition of Law Update is brimming with an interesting mix of articles ranging from maritime, aviation, insurance, and other industry insights that you don’t want to miss.
We hope this edition of Law Update provides some valuable food for thought – enjoy the read!Take a read of the edition
The past months have brought numerous new developments to the DIFC framework:
On 15th April 2020, the DIFC announced, in particular the following initiatives to help and protect DIFC businesses from the Covid-19-related impact on their financial performance:
From Sunday April 26th DIFC entities can partially resume for business, as follows:
Every person entering the DIFC (as employee or visitor):
Between 1 April and 31 July 2020, the following measures could be introduced by employers:
From 19 April 2020, in particular the following modifications have been introduced to the DIFC portal for entities:
For New businesses:
For Existing businesses:
To help you benefit from the new developments, we would be particularly happy to advise you on: