COVID-19 Info Hub

We know that the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is presenting many challenges for the companies, and we are here to help in any way we can.

Our lawyers are therefore regularly monitoring the developments and sharing information on issues related to COVID-19 that may be helpful. Please visit our website and LinkedIn page frequently for our latest updates.

As members of SEE Legal and Lex Mundi international networks of independent law firms, and affiliated members of Ius Laboris, we regularly contribute to the networks’ COVID-19 resource sites. All sites contain valuable information and updates from various jurisdictions. While the SEE Legal COVID-19 Info Hub focuses on Southeast European countries, the Lex Mundi Global COVID-19 Resources site brings together resources provided by member firms in 125+ jurisdictions worldwide. Ius Laboris Coronavirus page focuses on providing employment and labour law related COVID-19 information from 50+ countries.

We have also set up a COVID-19 working group consisting of experienced attorneys from a wide range of practice areas to assist clients as they navigate this challenging and uncertain business and legal environment.

The group will help companies address various contractual, transactional, regulatory, litigation and employee relations issues associated with the COVID-19 outbreak quickly and efficiently.

Contact our COVID-19 working group with practice area specific questions or support needs at any time.

Alternatively, reach out to your existing relations at our firm or send an e-mail to covid-19@selih.si and we will ensure that your query is quickly directed to the lawyer(s) in the best position to assist you.

Contact our COVID-19 working group

General COVID-19 related queries: covid-19@selih.si

COVID-19 Insights & News

Author: Jera Majzelj In the last days of December, the National Assembly adopted a new round of intervention measures (the so-called Seventh COVID-19 Law or PKP7 package). Amongst others,...

Authors: Darja Miklavčič, Karin Dodič On 29 December 2020, the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia adopted the Intervention Measures Act to help mitigate the consequences of the...

Author: Jera Majzelj The last round of intervention measures adopted by the National Assembly in November (package PKP6) introduced support in the form of partial funding of uncovered fixed...

Authors: Darja Miklavčič, Karin Dodič On 19 December 2020, the Government of the Republic of Slovenia adopted the proposal of the Intervention Measures Act to help mitigate the consequences...

Author: Karin Dodič The Minimum Wage Act determines the right to minimum wage, its amount (in gross amount) and the method of its determination and publication. If working full-time...

Author: Petra Zvržina As a consequence of the Government’s decision on prolongation of the validity of measures aimed at limiting the spread of the new corona virus, yesterday’s decision...