Date: 25 December 2020
KhanLex Partners have successfully presented a series of webinars “COVID-19 Crisis Response – Provision of Emergency Legal Advice to Small and Medium Enterprises in Mongolia”.
The webinars held live via Zoom have been tailor-made for Mongolian SMEs and aim at raising awareness and understanding of SMEs about legal issues ensuing from the current COVID-19 situation and the support available for SMEs during these trying times. Over 186 participants representing SMEs from across Mongolia attended the webinars and were able, at the end of each webinar, put specific questions to the KhanLex speakers.
Below are the topics discussed during the webinars:
The project was funded by European Union and implemented by European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. On behalf of the participants, KhanLex would like to thank European Union for funding this critical project as well as European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for developing and implementing it. We also acknowledge two supporting organizations of the project – the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Mongolian Small and Medium Industry Office of Government of Mongolia.
“The full recorded video of each webinar, the presentations made by the KhanLex team during each webinar, and the related materials can be viewed below (please scroll down).
In addition, the content of the three webinars is summarized in the consolidated Q&A Paper. The Q&A Paper also answers the questions raised by participants during the webinars.
Please click here to read the Q&A Paper in Mongolian
Date: 08 December 2020
KhanLex Partners are presenting a series of webinars “COVID-19 and Legal Issues in Business”. The webinars are tailor-made for Mongolian SMEs and aim at raising awareness and understanding of SMEs about legal issues ensuing from the current COVID-19 situation and the support available for SMEs during these trying times.
The specific legal topics that the webinars will address the followings:
The webinars will be delivered by KhanLex Partners in partnership with EBRD and is funded by European Union.