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Article warns: never sign any document that has been prepared by the other party without independent legal advice.
Clyde & Co
To address the spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19), governments and corporates are increasingly ordering corporate staff to work from home.
The article explains force majeure - when unforeseen consequences prevent the fulfillment of obligations under a contract.
These are some practical tips in light of the possible consequences of a customer becoming insolvent due to the pandemic.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
The doctrine of frustration, and force majeure clauses or MAC clauses in contracts may excuse contractual obligations.
Holley Nethercote commercial & financial services lawyers
There are strategies that your business can implement, so it complies with its obligations while outsourcing a function.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Article explores how to navigate contractual obligations that are affected by COVID-19 including tips for negotiating contracts.
This article looks at possible implications of COVID on contracts, force majeure clauses and the doctrine of frustration.
IPO Pang Xingpu
Local businesses, as well as global companies with significant footprints in China, have temporarily suspended their production, logistics, international service, and other aspects of their operations as they grapple with ...
IPO Pang Xingpu
A large number of electronics and chemical companies, pharmaceutical firms and those from the manufacturing sector are witnessing obstacles in the supply chain due to the outbreak of coronavirus.
The outbreak of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected many businesses in China.
Withers LLP
The outbreak is also causing significant impact to production, logistics, international services and other aspects of business and operation. Whether your businesses are based in Mainland China or...
Dezan Shira & Associates
There are additional notifications and regulations regarding coronavirus prevention and control recently published by relevant administrative departments or local governments.
DeHeng Law Offices
DeHeng Law Offices
DeHeng Law Offices
Hong Kong
Withers LLP
Contracts sometimes include a ‘force majeure' clause which allows a party to be excused from its contractual obligations in the event of a ‘force majeure event(s)'.
Phoenix Legal
Bombay High Court order immunizes sale of pledged shares Covid-19 or popularly known as Coronavirus has taken the world by storm or, to be more accurate, unleashed a storm of unknown severity.
Tandon & Company
In the wake of the current coronavirus outbreak, most businesses are looking out to re-align themselves with the economic disparity that is likely to arise.
Kochhar & Co.
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