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Dispute Resolution Law: Court and Arbitration Adjustments During the COVID-19 Epidemic
Han Kun Law Offices, February 2020

The novel coronavirus (“COVID-19”) epidemic has spread across the country since December 2019. So far, 31 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions have launched Class A major public health emergency responses. In order to better prevent and control the epidemic, to reduce the gatherings and mobility of people, and to protect the life and health of the public, to safeguard the litigation rights and interests of the parties, the courts and the arbitration commissions across the country have made adjustments for litigation and arbitration activities during the epidemic control and prevention period...

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Detailed Explanation of the Latest Opinions on Resuming Work and Production Issued on February 7 by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security
Han Kun Law Offices, February 2020

Enterprises in most regions of China resumed work and production on February 10, 2020. On February 7, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, together with the All-China Federation of Trade Union, the China Enterprise Confederation, and the National Federation of Industry and Commerce issued the “Opinions on Stabilizing Employment Relationships and Supporting the Work and Production Resumption of Enterprises During the Period of COVID-19 Epidemic Prevention and Control” (the “Opinions”)...

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Labor Management Q&As During the 2019-nCOV Epidemic (III)
Han Kun Law Offices, February 2020

Following our previous general Q&As on labor management issues that may arise during the novel coronavirus pneumonia (“2019-nCOV”) epidemic prevention and control period, we have compiled for your reference additional issues that are of interest to enterprises and prepared interpretations of the policies newly promulgated by the local governments. During the period from February 3 to February 7, 2020, how are the salaries to be paid to employees who have not provided any labor services? Enterprises are to pay normal salaries to the employees...

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Dispute Resolution Law: 2019-nCoV Outbreak and Contract Disputes (I)
Han Kun Law Offices, February 2020

The novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak has affected the performance of numerous civil and commercial contracts. In this article, we examine the general legal impact of the outbreak on the performance of contracts from two perspectives, namely: 1) force majeure and 2) change in circumstances. We identify the relevant legal issues involved from these two perspectives and put forward our preliminary analysis for your reference. Generally speaking, the novel coronavirus outbreak may constitute a force majeure event, based on the views of PRC courts on judicial practice when handling cases during the 2003 SARS epidemic...

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Labor Management Q&As During the 2019-nCoV Epidemic (II)
Han Kun Law Offices, February 2020

Following our previous general Q&As on labor management issues that may arise during the novel coronavirus (“2019-nCoV”) epidemic prevention and control period, we have compiled for your reference additional issues identified in the regulatory documents promulgated by central and local governments and human resources and social security bureaus. When are enterprises expected to resume normal operations in each region? Nationally Normal operations are to resume beginning on February 3 (this date applies by default in the absence of notices issued by local governments)...

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