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Since the coronavirus crisis began a year ago, lawyers of Lansky, Ganzger + partner have been keeping readers of “trend” magazine up-to-date with the latest legal provisions and regulations issued to com- bat the crisis and keep it under control – and their offer has already been used more than 400,000 times. 

One year ago, the coronavirus pandemic reached Austria. In an effort to contain the spread of the virus, the federal government has since enacted a large number of new laws and ordinances, and also amended them time and again, sometimes at 14-day intervals. The immense speed at which ordinances have to be issued and laws passed does not only pose quite the challenge for legislators: lawyers, companies and the public must also be able to interpret these complex frameworks correctly and apply them in accordance with the law. 

Since the first lockdown came into force in Austria on 13 March 2020, the business magazine trend has been offering a well-grounded overview of “Coronavirus – Law in a State of Emergency” on its online platform, in collaboration with the law firm Lansky, Ganzger + partner. Regardless of whether it is a question of legal changes to the protective measures ordinance or other fields of law, such as labour law, company law or insolvency law, the new provisions are explained in detail by the LGP team. These explanations always showcase top-notch legal skills – and are always released in good time before the legal development in question comes into force. Plus, they are regularly analysed and interpreted in an easy-to-follow manner. 

Since the beginning of this series, which kicked off with an article on labour law issues in the COVID-19 crisis, more than 80 articles have been produced as part of the collaboration between and the lawyers at Lansky, Ganzger + partner. It provides an extremely valuable source of information for the readers of trend and the country’s business community during the coronavirus crisis. The access statistics offer impressive proof of this: by the end of February 2021, the articles had already been accessed more than 340,000 times, with the average reading time per article being several minutes and, in some cases, exceeding a reading time of six minutes. 

“We are pleased to be able to offer our readers competent information and a guide for their day-to-day professional and private life in difficult and uncertain times,” emphasises trend editor-in-chief Andreas Weber, adding: “The cooperation between our company and the law firm Lansky, Ganzger + partner, which has already existed for many years, has taken on a new depth as a result and we would be very happy to continue this.”  


Peter Sempelmann, Head of the online editorial department at trend Online (Photo: trend/VGN)
Andreas Weber, Editor-in-chief at trend. (Photo: trend/VGN)


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