Has COVID-19 affected your ability to fulfil business contracts? - learn how a force majeure clause could assist you.
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Coleman Greig Lawyers
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Stikeman Elliott LLP
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Stikeman Elliott LLP
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Robins Appleby LLP
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Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
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River Delta Law Firm
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Zhong Lun Law Firm
The year of 2019 has proven another busy year for arbitration lawyers in Mainland China, with the highlights being the significant growth in case volume and the further refinement of the arbitration infrastructure.
Patrikios Pavlou & Associates
Stavros Pavlou, Eleana Christofi and Stylianos Trillides contribute the exclusive Cyprus chapter and provide an overview of the law and practice of force majeure in Cyprus, addressing topics such as
Avant d'être débattue devant le Tribunal de commerce, la clause de force majeure avait déjà été débattue devant le juge des référés du Conseil d'Etat le 17 avril dernier.
Before being discussed before the Commercial Court, the force majeure clause had already been debated during summary proceedings before the Conseil d'Etat on April 17.
As the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic casts a large shadow over commerce and industry, contracts have become difficult or even impossible to perform.