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In light of the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, authorities across the world are increasingly implementing comprehensive measures in order to reduce further spread. In Norway, authorities have temporary implemented automatic quarantine for every person coming to Norway from a different country. While these measures can have a big impact on the freight transport industry, there are some key exceptions concerning transit of goods and passengers to be aware of.
Chambers and Partners base their legal rankings on client feedback. They have just published the European Guide 2020, and we are proud to announce that Hjort is once again recognized with distinguishable rankings in many of our practice areas, in both the department and individual levels.
Consumers increasingly want to make choices that are good for the environment. This is a trend that has been picked up by marketing departments worldwide, and as consumers we are increasingly told that the products we buy and the businesses we buy our products from, favor the environment. But all that glitters, it not gold, and some of this marketing is nothing but “greenwashing.” Consumer authorities have begun to take steps against such misleading marketing.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson seems determined to lead Britain out of the European Union with or without a deal on October 31st. Given the latest events, (no breakthroughs in talks between United Kingdom and EU, and the “suspension” of Parliament from September 11th to October 14th) the conclusion must be that the risk of United Kingdom leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement (so-called “hard Brexit” or “no-deal Brexit”) is vastly increasing.