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COVID-19: understanding Commonwealth Government support and regulatory intervention

This publication is current as at 20 April 2020 and will be updated periodically to identify further material developments. Future updates will also analyse the impacts, issues and consequences of Government intervention as they become visible.

In response to the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Commonwealth Government has deployed a range of interventionist measures to support Australian businesses, markets, industries, employees, people and communities.

COVID-19: understanding Commonwealth Government support and regulatory intervention summarises the Australian Government’s key initiatives and links to relevant Corrs insights into the measures implemented and potential future regulatory directions.

We encourage you to engage with your regular Corrs contact in relation to issues affecting your business as a result of COVID-19.

Access a copy of COVID-19: understanding Commonwealth Government support and regulatory intervention here, or click the ‘DOWNLOAD PDF’ button.


This publication is part of our insight series COVID-19: Navigating the implications for business in Australia and beyond. To get notified by email when new COVID-19 insights are released, please subscribe for updates here.


Authors

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Robert Clarke

Head of Financial Sponsors Group

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Sandy Mak

Head of Corporate

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Mark Payne

Partner

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Nathaniel Popelianski

Head of Property and Real Estate

Liz Gu

Lawyer

Jimmy Yan

Law Graduate


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The content of this publication is for reference purposes only. It is current at the date of publication. This content does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Legal advice about your specific circumstances should always be obtained before taking any action based on this publication.