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06 Oct
Managing Your Digital Footprint

Digital Footprint? Is that a new App? Nope – “Digital Footprint” simply put, refers to the data that a person generates when using the internet whether by online shopping, clicking the “Like” or “reaction” button on social media, or using...

02 Sep
COVID-19 Update: Re-implementation of Restrictions

During the first and second quarters of 2020, the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago experienced relative success in its attempt to “flatten the curve” by minimising the spread of Covid-19 within the country.  The implementation of measures of varying degrees...

02 Sep
UNDERSTANDING FORCE MAJEURE – THE LEGAL TERM ALL BUSINESSES SHOULD KNOW

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought us new words such as ‘covidiot’ and ‘maskne’, and popularised terms like ‘social distancing’ and ‘flatten the curve’. For many business and legal professionals, the term ‘force majeure’ has also become very popular. Force majeure...

07 Apr
VAT Refunds: What to Expect?

First Published: April 7, 2020 - Updated: June 1, 2020

The novel Coronavirus COVID-19 (‘COVID-19’) pandemic continues to ravage countries across the globe and has even been cited as being the worst crisis since World War II.

24 Mar
COVID-19: FAQs for Employers
The outbreak of the Covid-19 coronavirus has presented new challenges for employers. We have collated below responses to some Frequently Asked Questions that you might have.
21 Mar
COVID-19 Legal Updates
We at Hamel-Smith recognize the unprecedented impact that Covid-19 is having to business and operations locally. The situation remains fluid, fast changing and challenging for all. We are striving to find ways to continue to keep you, our clients, up to date
15 Mar
COVID-19 and your Contract
Unless you have been living under a rock as they say (which to think of it sounds like a good idea right about now), you are no doubt aware of the outbreak of a respiratory disease caused by a novel (new) coronavirus