Recent Development The Ministry of Treasury and Finance’s Revenue Administration (“Administration”) published an announcement on its website about certain measures […]
Recent Development The Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Turkey (“Ministry”) sent an additional circular presenting new measures […]
Recent Development The Ministry of Health drafted a new circular consisting of 12 articles regarding measures against the COVID-19 pandemic […]
Recent Development The Presidential Circular No. 2020/3 (“Presidential Circular“) regarding the postponement of meetings and organizations was published in the […]
Recent Development In scope of the various response measures implemented by the Turkish government to prevent the spread of the […]
To navigate the most-pressing issues facing multinational employers amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the COVID-19 Global Employer Guide offers jurisdiction-specific guidance across 41 countries. […]
We would like to share with you our recommendations on alternative solutions to avoid disrupting the general assembly meetings, board […]
As concern regarding the recent outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) grows across the world, businesses in Turkey should beware […]
Recent Development As coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads across the world, the Turkish government and relevant authorities have implemented various response measures. […]
Recent Development On March 19, 2020, the Turkish Medicine and Medical Devices Authority (“TİTCK”) announced the suspension of product promotion […]
Recent Development The outbreak of COVID-19 in Turkey poses not only a threat to public and individual health, but also […]
The global spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues to send ripples down supply chains and add pressure to already stretched public […]
Recent Development The Banking Regulatory and Supervisory Authority (the “BRSA“) published on March 16, 2020 a press release (the “Press […]
As the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread across the world, the virus has become a primary concern for employers in Turkey.
The Data Protection Law still applies to personal data processing activities and data controllers must comply with the general principles of data privacy, such as fairness and proportionality.