Coronavirus legal update: areas of advice to our clients IK Law Firm continues to operate without interruption As the lawyers and staff of Ierotheou, Kamperis & Co. LLC continue to operate without interruption by using digital technology capabilities, we have compiled the major areas where our clients can receive legal assistance from us. Support Measures to employees and Labour Legislation Spyros Ierotheou Partner email@example.com We advise clients on issues related to personnel salary payments, reductions, terminations and sick/special leaves under the prism of the labour legislation currently in force, such as the Protection of Salaries Law and the Termination of Employment Law and existing contractual obligations. The Ministry of Labour, Welfare and Social Insurance has launched a website https://www.coronavirus.mlsi.gov.cy describing the Special or Sick Leave Support Measures aimed to employees and self-employed. We assist employers to determine their eligibility and the next steps. Special Funding Schemes for Businesses Michail Kamperis Partner firstname.lastname@example.org The government’s announcement of the Special Schemes for Complete or Partial Suspension of Business was followed by many questions from managers and employers about how these would operate and their access, timeframe and eligibility. Our lawyers provide advice on all the above. Rent and Sale of Property Loucas Andreou Senior Associate email@example.com We advise clients on frustration, force majeure and delay clauses regarding rent and sale contracts currently in force. Corporate and Contracts Evi Stavrou Eirini Priligkou Associate Associate firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Corporate clients continue to operate in these hard times, and we provide uninterrupted advice to the companies to which we offer administrative and legal services. We also provide assistance to clients on how and whether contracts can be fulfilled in the unique circumstances of the pandemic and the contractual options of businesses, as regards frustration and force majeure.