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Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars Thought Leadership: Coronavirus: What should we be doing now? Published: 06 Mar 2020 Average Rating: 4.3 / 5 Type: Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars
 
Commitment Matters Blog Coronavirus: Top Ten Affected Industries Published: 09 Mar 2020 Average Rating: 4.0 / 5 Type: Commitment Matters Blog News headlines, stock market fluctuations, photos of empty supermarket shelves ... should we be panicking, or has there been over-reaction?
 
Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars Ask the Expert: Why do negotiations sometimes fail to deliver sustainable outcomes for both sides? Published: 13 Mar 2020 Average Rating: 4.8 / 5 Type: Ask The Expert / Thought-Leadership Webinars
 
Commitment Matters Blog Social distancing: just one more step Published: 11 Mar 2020 Type: Commitment Matters Blog I heard from a colleague today that her daughter has been 'socially distanced' from her school. No, not a punishment - just a sudden new experience now impacting families around the world.
 
Conference / Meeting Presentations IACCM Asia Pacific Conference, July 2019 Published: 13 Aug 2019 Average Rating: 5.0 / 5 Type: Conference / Meeting Presentations Watch some of the highlights from this year's Asia Pacific Conference in Sydney.

Thank you once again to everyone who joined us - delegates, speakers, sponsors, startup hub participants, Leaders of the Future and Awards finalists!
 
Research Reports Post Award Summary Report - The Value Compliance Uncertainty Framework (VCU) Published: 19 Feb 2020 Average Rating: 4.2 / 5 Type: Research Reports The economic value of contracts is gained or lost during the post-award phase, yet a study conducted by IACCM has confirmed that there is no established 'best practice' governance model to safeguard their performance.
 
Articles / White Papers COVID-19 Contractual performance - Force Majeure clauses and other options: a global perspective Published: 20 Mar 2020 Type: Articles / White Papers This legal update describes options that may be available to parties to contracts affected by COVID-19. In particular, we focus on the concept of Force Majeure, which translates from French roughly as "a major force", and which may excuse a party from the performance of its co...
 
Commitment Matters Blog The global economy, coronavirus and Heathrow Published: 02 Mar 2020 Type: Commitment Matters Blog The decision by the UK Appeal Court to block the development of a third runway at London Heathrow may at first sight have little to do with coronavirus. But in fact, are we starting to see a convergence of forces that will fundamentally reshape social values and the global eco...
 
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ABB Enterprise Software
2020-02-27 23:57:03

Corona Virus

If anyone has encountered the same discussion - any ideas how to qualify and cover corona-virus and such nature of potential disruptions in the contract? What approxim...
 
 
 
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erdemir engineering management and co...
2020-02-09 09:33:58

Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

It is clear that Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) will be affecting the world economy negatively. What is your opinion about these impacts of nCoV on the business perform...
 
 
 
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erdemir engineering management and co...
2020-02-09 09:11:49

Force Majeure due to Coronavirus

Can coronavirus considered as a force majeure in contract management ?
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Victorian Council - Australia
2020-01-19 23:26:51

Contract extension beyond terms (Special)

Can we extend the contract beyond its original term? Even if the maximum extension period has been reached. Say for a contract of 2 years plus 1+1 years. I come to ci...
 
 
 
 
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N.M.I.A.L.
2019-11-14 15:27:49

Warranty & Discontinuation of Product

Hi everybody, Now we have a situation here in terms of warranty and product discontinuation : A large facility was being constructed which required ~1500 architectu...
 
 
 
 
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