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Impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on drafting commercial agreements for goods or services

Published on: 21 April 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on drafting commercial agreements for goods or services
  • How is the COVID-19 pandemic impacting the drafting and negotiation of commercial contracts for goods or services in practice?
  • What issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic need to be considered when drafting new commercial agreements for goods or services from the perspective of customers?
  • BCDR plans
  • Force majeure clauses
  • Force majeure remedies
  • ‘Step in’ rights
  • What issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic need to be considered when drafting new commercial agreements for goods or services from the perspective of vendors?
  • BCDR plans
  • Force majeure
  • More...

Article summary

Commercial analysis: Ben Symons, barrister at The 36 Group, discusses how the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is impacting the drafting of commercial contracts for goods and services, identifies issues that need to be considered when drafting new commercial agreements for goods or services from the perspective of both customers and vendors, and suggests clauses to include in such agreements. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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