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Lucia Jeremiasova

Lucia Jeremiasova

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  • Banking & Finance
  • Commercial Law
  • Employment and Labor
  • Litigation

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Lucia graduated from the Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Law, where she received the master's degree in 2016 and the title of Dr. Jur. in 2017. During her studies, she attended the Erasmus + study programme at Mykolas Romeris University in Lithuania focused on international law.

Education

Law Faculty of Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia (Dr. Jur. in 2017)
Mykolas Romeris University in Lithuania
Areas of Practice

Banking & Finance | Commercial Law | Employment and Labor | Litigation | Real Estate & Construction

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COVID-19: Impossibility of Performance
Cechova & Partners, March 2020

In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Government of the Slovak Republic has adopted several restrictive measures which may, in contractual relationships governed by the Civil Code, cause impossibility of t debtor’s performance.[1]In this alert we focus in more detail on the issue of additional impossibility of performance and subsequent cessation of obligation due to the spread of COVID-19 and adoption of the related preventive measures...

Temporary Posting of Workers at the Time of a Pandemic
Cechova & Partners, March 2020

In these difficult times, many employers are facing problems related to low demand for their services and goods and the resulting lack of work to be assigned to their employees.On the other hand, there are also employers which are currently lacking employees (for example, due to the closure of schools, which caused many employees to stay at home with their children or because employees are kept in quarantine etc.)...

COVID-19 - Force Majeure Event
Cechova & Partners, March 2020

With the recent outbreak and spread of COVID-19, businesses may experience several problems, such as absences of employees or disruptions in a supply chain required for their manufacturing or deliveries, which negatively impact their performance under a contract. In this alert we address the question whether negative consequences of COVID 19 could be under Slovak law considered as force majeure events, i.e...

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