An article written by Waterfront Solicitors’ Partner Jean-Marc Pettigrew looking closely at the elements of commercial contracts that are now receiving greater attention since the outbreak of the COVID pandemic has featured in Lawyer Monthly.
Jean-Marc’s piece “commercial contracts in a COVID world” discusses some of the key areas of commercial contracts which have come under particular security, including the force majeure clause, the changes of law which have come about as a direct result of the pandemic and governance and reporting.
Jean-Marc’s piece can be read here.
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