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In response to the covid pandemic, Gladei & Partners have set up the legal cell which is producing legal antibodies, aiming to help businesses deal with the legal risks related to the impact of the pandemic and the state of emergency. Our below legal analyses do not purport to be legal advice and we bear no liability for the use thereof in taking business decisions, but we always stand ready to develop on any of the below by individual legal advice.


[09 September 2021]

THE PREFERRED DIGITAL PUBLIC SERVICES IN MOLDOVA.

Covid-19 has influenced Moldovan citizens to adapt to new changes imposed including from a technological perspective. In this article we have highlighted and described the most accessed digital public services in Moldova, especially during the pandemic, and the key points to be taken into account for the active use of digital public services by the citizens.


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[14 April 2021]

STATE OF EMERGENCY: SECOND EDITION. THE EVOLUTION OF THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC RESTRICTIONS.

Following the previous Disposition, the Commission for Exceptional Situations reviewed some restrictions and introduced new measures aimed to support the citizens and business environment of the Republic of Moldova.


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[02 April 2021]

STATE OF EMERGENCY: SECOND EDITION

The new COVID-19 pandemic lockdown was imposed in Moldova between 1 April and 30 May 2021. This article reviews the most important measures and provides a practical view on what’s prohibited and what’s not.


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[09 February 2021]

Emergency Legal Advice for SMEs

During 2020 in the context of the pandemic crisis, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in partnership with the Economic Council to the Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova and the Gladei and Partners Law Firm provided emergency legal advice to SMEs by organizing a series online webinars.

The publication “Emergency Legal Advice for SMEs” was elaborated based on the discussed topics and questions asked by the participants. It includes practical guidelines necessary to identify the best course of action in circumstances of financial difficulty and commercial uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 crisis.

This initiative was organized with the support of the EBRD Small Business Impact Fund (Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Sweden, Italy, USA, Switzerland and Taipei China).


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[29 November 2020]
New measures implemented in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic
By: Iulian Pașatii and Vlad Bercu

Following the increasing number of people infected with COVID-19 in the Republic of Moldova, the National Extraordinary Public Health Commission takes more measures to cease spread of coronavirus. In this regard, they adopted the Decision No. 35 of 27 Nov 2020 which directly affects HoReCa and the working process in the public and private sectors.


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[6 October 2020]
COVID-19. WHAT TO EXPECT NEXT?
By: Iulian Pașatii and Mihaela Duca

Following the introduction of the state of emergency in public health within the “Red Code” zones (administrative-territorial units), this update aims to provide a brief overview on the current state of affairs and what does this restructuring mean.


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[23 June 2020]

As we are entering new phases of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are proud to announce that our Firm has been selected by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to implement the awareness raising activity in Moldova in collaboration with the Economic Council to the Moldovan Prime-Minister.

As part of the activity, Gladei and Partners will host and deliver three Webinars on 25 June, 2 July and 9 July 2020. The main topics covered will pertain to contractual issues and online trading, labor and tax relations and litigations and insolvency.

For future details on the Webinars please follow the facebook and linkedin profiles of the EBRD Advice for Small Business in Moldova.




[1 June 2020]
ALLOWED OR PROHIBITED? MEASURES APPLICABLE DURING THE STATE OF EMERGENCY IN PUBLIC HEALTH
By: Irina Sugoneaco

Following the lifting of the declared state of emergency in the Republic of Moldova on 15 May 2020, the state of emergency in public health was introduced. This update aims to provide a brief overview of the activities allowed or prohibited by the Moldovan authorities in the post-state-of-emergency period.


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[3 May 2020]
POST-COVID-19 BUSINESSES: THREE STEPS FOR THE MIGRATION ONLINE
By: Dan Nicoară and Vlad Roibu

The Covid-19 period has a strong economic impact. Under such conditions, many businesses are being forced to adopt efficiently to the new normal. In this article we explore 3 steps for migrating an offline business to the online.


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[25 April 2020]
3 FAQs (AND ANSWERS) ON THE PUBLIC CATERING ACTIVITY IN LIGHT OF THE CES RESOLUTION No. 20/21.04.2020
By: Iulian Paşatii

On April 21, 2020 the Commission for Exceptional Situations (CES) decided to allow the activity resumption of certain public catering units falling under the code 56.10 of the Classification of Moldovan Economy Activities (CMEA). The article explains in practical terms what activities are allowed and how to verify if a particular public catering unit falls under the CMEA code 56.10.


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[24 April 2020]
THE „VACATION” OF THE STATE CONTROLS DURING THE STATE OF EMERGENCY
By: Iulian Paşatii and Vlad Roibu

The Covid-19 situation imposed an ad-hoc reaction of lawyers on many legal institutions in terms of assessing the proportionality and the impact on the conduct rules consecrated by law and established in society. This article aims, on this wavelength, to elucidate the matter of the "vacation" of the state controls, established by the Commission for Exceptional Situations.


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[21 April 2020]
IS COVID-19 SONG-WRITING THE MOLDOVAN COMPETITION LAW?
By: Dan Nicoară and Pavel Spatari

As various free movement restrictions are being imposed daily and a number of other measures are being implemented in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic, the national regulatory landscape is challenging for companies to navigate. Privy of to the processes in the Moldovan Competition Council, the authors suggest that the need for staff of the authority and the undertakings to work remotely may slow down the competition related activity, including due to IT challenges and the need to re-think processes that, in Moldova, are still very much paper-based.


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[1 April 2020]
PRACTICAL LEGAL SOLUTIONS FOR EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES IN THE EMERGENCY PERIOD
By: Irina Sugoneaco and Ecaterina Nacu

Quick fixes may turn out defective in a long run, stripping our companies of valuable staff, who would turn the key factor of post-covid recovery. The article reviews the available legal options to (re)structure the labor relations during the state of emergency and give an insight to the business managers and owners about the optimal solutions.


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[28 March 2020]
ACCELERATED RESTRUCTURE - SOLIDARY CREDITORS BY NEED OR IN NEED?
By: Roger Gladei

Coronavirus outbreak and business shutdown hit many businesses and brought them onto the verge on bankruptcy. While non-immune businesses will pass away, the viable ones need legal support to recover. Accelerated restructuring procedure may be a valuable tool to bring creditors and debtors around the table to work out extra-court solutions.


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[18 March 2020]
WHAT IS THE STATE OF EMERGENCY?
By: Roger Gladei

On March 17, 2020 the Parliament in premiere declared the state of emergency throughout the territory of the Republic of Moldova, until May 15, 2020. The article reviews the main features thereof and provides a practical view on what’s prohibited and what’s not.


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