Since 11 March 2020, when the World Health Organisation declared the COVID-19 outbreak as a “pandemic”, the Greek government, as several governments all over the world, gradually imposed restrictions on the movement of people and goods in an effort to halt the spread of the virus and protect public health. At the same time, a number of measures are being introduced to smooth out the financial impact of the outbreak, affecting, among others, employment relationships, lease contracts, financing contracts, regulatory obligations, as well as tax & social security liabilities.
While seeking to ensure the health of their staff, Greek businesses are facing significant challenges, with legal implications that are wide-ranging and complex.
At Zepos & Yannopoulos we have set up a COVID-19 multi-disciplinary resource center to assist you in navigating your business through a rapidly changing environment, while minimising, to the possible extent, the disruption brought along by the outbreak.
On this page you will find regular updates on legal and tax matters triggered by the COVID-19 outbreak. You will also see how Zepos & Yannopoulos is addressing the risks of COVID-19 within the organisation, having applied a “work from home” policy, since 16 March 2020.
Our COVID-19 dedicated team of experts, as well as your regular Zepos & Yannopoulos contact persons, are at your disposal for any further assistance during these challenging times.