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  • Venezuela Update: November 12, 2020

    Holland & Knight's Venezuela Focus Team invites you to read our Venezuela Update, in which we discuss the latest news, trends and developments in Venezuela that impact the interests of businesses across all industry sectors. 
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  • Mexican Companies Face Risk of Secondary Sanctions From Mexican President’s Offer to Sell Gasoline to Venezuela

    Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador recently announced that Mexico is willing to ship gasoline to Venezuela notwithstanding the threat of US sanctions against such activity.

  • Contracts and Insolvency – a transformational change

    New statutory provisions retrospectively change the way many existing and future contracts work. Businesses urgently need to look afresh not just at supply arrangements but also many other significant transactions of which the supply of goods or services forms part. 
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  • EU imposes sanctions on Venezuelan officials

    The Council of the European Union has imposed restrictive measures on 11 leading Venezuelan officials, because of their role in acts and decisions undermining democracy and the rule of law in Venezuela.

  • EU expands its sanctions against Venezuela

    On 29 June 2020, the Council of the European Union have included eleven officials in the list of natural and legal persons, entities and bodies subject to asset freezing measures and a travel ban.

  • Work after COVID-19: Preparing for the New Dynamic

    COVID-19 has resulted in an unprecedented global situation that has deeply affected the means of production in the labor sphere paralyzing a large number of activities and modifying the way of providing subordinated service, causing generalized changes in daily life, business activity and in the activity of its workers.
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  • Venezuela: Gobiernos Nacional y Local Publican Nuevas Normas en Bioseguridad

    El Estado de Alarma declarado el 13 de marzo de 2020 fue extendido por el gobierno de Venezuela hasta el 11 de julio de 2020, a fin de atender la pandemia del COVID-19.

  • Venezuela: National and Local Governments Publish New Standards on Biosecurity

    The Venezuelan government has extended to July 11, 2020 its State of Alert declared on March 13, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Under this State of Alert, employment operations are suspended except for companies that render essential services, those that are able to render services remotely, or those that were allowed to gradually reopen under the flexibility plan the government implemented.

  • Venezuela: How the Extended State of Alert Affects Workplaces during the COVID-19 Pandemic

    In accordance with global measures against COVID-19 pandemic, the Venezuelan government issued a decree on March 13, 2020 to declare a State of Alert for thirty days (hereinafter the “decree”), which was recently extended for another period of thirty days (hereinafter the “extension”).

  • Venezuela: Cómo afecta a los Lugares de Trabajo la Extensión del Estado de Alarma Durante la Pandemia del COVID-19

    De acuerdo con las medidas globales contra la pandemia de COVID-19, el gobierno venezolano publicó un decreto el 13 de marzo de 2020 declarando el Estado de Alarma por treinta días (en adelante, el "decreto"), el cual fue recientemente extendido por otro período de treinta días (en adelante la "extensión").

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