16th April 2020
On March 16th 2020, the President of the French Republic decided to take measures to reduce contacts and travels to a strict minimum throughout the country as of March 17th at noon, for a minimum of 15 days. MSI's French member firm Schmidt Brunet Litzler provides an update on the measures that we introduced by the French government.
On March 16th 2020, the President of the French Republic decided to take measures to reduce contacts and travels to a strict minimum throughout the country as of March 17th at noon, for a minimum of 15 days.
On March 27 th, the French Prime Minister announced the extension of containment measures until April 15 th. Update: On April 13th these measures were extended until May 11th.
People are authorized, provided they hold a signed certificate, to:
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the French government implemented exceptional support measures for businesses, to limit companies’ bankruptcies and to maintain jobs:
Further measures might be taken by the French government in the coming days to strengthen these protection mechanisms.
Schmidt Brunet Litzler is a business law firm committed to supporting clients throughout their growth and success, and defending their interests.
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