For several years now, there has been a debate about the need for a law under which companies can be held accountable for human rights and environmental violations within global supply chains. We have summarised the state of the debate on the so-called supply chain law.
TIGGES partner and head of the Transportation & Logistics Competence Team Klaus-Peter Langenkamp recently became an accredited Incoterms® 2020 trainer. The accreditation is carried out by the ICC Germany .V. (International Chamber of Commerce) and allows Klaus-Peter Langenkamp to train companies on the currently valid Incoterms 2020.
Already since 27 March 2020, companies in financial difficulties due to the COVID 19 pandemic are exempted from the obligation to file for insolvency until 30 September 2020 for all insolvency reasons. The German government has now agreed to extend the suspension of insolvency until 31.12.2020.
TIGGES strengthens its competence team Transport & Logistics at the Düsseldorf office with the new Of Counsel Dr. Frank Wilting, specialist lawyer for transport and forwarding law and administrative law.
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the complex trade fair planning and preparation of numerous companies upside down. In addition to the plan changes that are now necessary, many companies are faced with the question of how to deal with the financial consequences.
TIGGES partner Dr. Dominik Wagner, LL.M. gives in the blog of Legalmondo, an online platform for international legal services, an overview for foreign investors who want to start a business in Germany.
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