The coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) is having a significant impact on every aspect of our lives in Montenegro and across the world. Officially declared as a pandemic by the World Health Organisation in March 2020, everyone’s primary concern is to minimise the spread of the virus, to mitigate its effects and to protect those most vulnerable in society.
Businesses and organisations have a role to play and a responsibility to their own people. They also confront a wide range of practical, commercial and legal challenges associated with the spread of the virus.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Montenegro
The following insights bring together perspectives on the legal and commercial issues affecting businesses across the globe – with a particular focus on Montenegro. As the situation and content continues to evolve, please visit Law-Now to sign up here for the latest real-time updates provided by our Law-Now service.
We have set up a COVID-19 Desk for our business partners and clients.
The year 2020 has hit us where we are most vulnerable: it threatens our health and safety and the health and safety of the ones we care for. Our joint business community has also been hit very hard.
Montenegro and other countries across SEE are tightening their restrictions. We at CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz have reacted to these developments by setting up a COVID-19 Desk. It is being run by lawyers and business developers alike – our so-called Coordinators. These Coordinators can help you face the current situation and prepare for the weeks to come.
You can reach out to the Coordinators of the CMS COVID-19 Desk by sending an e-mail to [email protected]. Should you need any immediate advice or a professional opinion regarding the unfolding situation, feel free to reach out to them or to your CMS key contact.
We regularly update our information about the regulations and legal implications of COVID-19.