Author: JAN LÅNGSTEDT

The Covid-19 pandemic has already brought many problems to authorities, legal entities and individuals. One of the problems is related to the decreased workload of employees and the remaining obligation of employers to pay salaries. The Russian Labor Code provides the following tools for resolving...

If the amount of work in the company temporarily decreases, a company may lay off employees instead of terminating their employment. Laying off employees is provided for by the Employment Contracts Act, according to which laying off means temporary interruption of work and payment of...

MK-Law has been awarded the achievers 2019 certificate by Kauppalehti, the main business newspaper in Finland. According to the certificate, “Companies receiving Achiever certification are stable businesses with solid growth, good financial results and profitability, a strong financial structure and liquidity to ensure continued operation.” Further, “A...

It is common for companies to agree that possible disputes arising in connection with an agreement shall not be resolved by way of litigation in state courts, but by way of arbitration. Arbitration is an alternative way of dispute resolution often considered as the most...