Since the COVID-19 outbreak has been declared a pandemic by the WHO, numerous States have implemented travel bans to contain its spread. For example, on 17 March 2020, the EU announced a decision to close all external borders and restrict non-essential travel between Member States. Other States took similar steps. And even at the national level, States […]
On 11 March 2020, the WHO declared the spread of COVID-19 a pandemic. At the time, 114 States had reported cases. In a bid to halt the spread of the virus domestically and internationally, many States started winding back public life. The measures, some of which are unprecedented in times of peace, all have one purpose: to […]
Grotius Chambers will hold a webinar for those interested in understanding the legal implications of COVID-19 for international organisations. Date: Thursday, 2 April 2020Time (CET): 1:30 pm (Group I) and 3 pm (Group II)Online-based webinar This highly practical webinar will canvass international public and private law issues and is of special interest to practitioners specializing in international organisations law as well as legal […]
No, we are are not immune… COVID-19 has also gripped the Netherlands. Everything is closed. And so Grotius Chambers does its bid to slow the spread of COVID-19: we will work from home until further notice. What does this mean for our clients? Well, not much will change! We will continue to provide all our […]
Grotius Chambers is proud to support the 19th Brussels European Forum, to be held at the European Centre La Foresta, Belgium, from 22 – 28 March 2020. The Forum will tackle an issue that is as ambitious as it is important: Global Power Shifts: Opportunities for Cooperation in Times of Fragmentation An excellent networking opportunity, […]
Grotius Chambers welcomed Thomas John ACIArb as Partner.