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The humble force majeure clause has been tested by the COVID-19 pandemic like never before. But what can we learn from this pandemic and how will it shape the future of contracts and business planning in a post COVID-19 era?
As businesses start to return to normal a renewed focus and attention is placed on their template contracts and supply chain operations – implementing lessons learned will be critical in the coming months. Will the force majeure clause undergo a revolution or is there a quick fix? How will businesses build resilient supply chains again? And critically what’s the next unthinkable event that may test a businesses’ resilience again and should factor into business planning.
This webinar will address
- Tips on the future of the force majeure clause
- How lessons learned will be drivers for change
- Building resilient supply chains in a post-pandemic environment
- 8:00 am Seattle
- 11:00 am New York / Caracas / Santo Domingo
- 4:00 pm London / Lagos / Lisbon
- 5:00 pm Paris / Cape Town
- 6:00 pm Helsinki / Amman / Moscow / Doha
- 8:00 pm Dubai
- 9:30 pm Mumbai
- 12:00 am Perth / Singapore / Beijing
Clare Francis is a commercial law Partner at Pinsent Masons LLP. Clare is head of the Pinsent Masons Coronavirus Taskforce supporting clients in dealing with the unprecedented challenges posed to their business as a result of Covid-19. As a commercial law Partner Clare’s focus is on commercial contracts and supply chains and the clients she advises are at the forefront of dealing with these issues in the Covid-19 context. Clare regularly advises clients on business-critical projects ranging from contractual joint ventures, business outsourcings to wholesale contract portfolio review
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