How Covid-19 can legally affect a company

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Zaakir Mohamed, director, head of corporate investigations and forensics at legal firm CMS SA. Picture: Supplied
Zaakir Mohamed, director, head of corporate investigations and forensics at legal firm CMS SA. Picture: Supplied

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Across the globe, companies are seeking legal advice to clarify the new world order in terms of the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak and how their organisations may be held either criminally or administratively liable for things that may go wrong as everyone adjusts to new ways of working and living, both for their employees and their customers.

Meeting this need among our client base, CMS SA recently held webinars for our worldwide audience, including those serviced by our South African office.

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