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The viral situation is having a global impact. What are the circumstances in which, and to what extent, have businesses called upon or triggered the “impossibility of performance” clause/frustration or force majeure concept? What are the major issues raised by clients and how would you handle their enquiries in re-negotiation/litigation/arbitration? How would you advise your clients in the different businesses? What is your advice to your clients for future drafting and negotiating contracts? What is the status of frustration/force majeure in the different legal systems?
Come join our local and foreign panellists in the construction, shipping and insurance practice who will share some practical tips on how they would manage their clients who may be scrambling to weigh their legal options.
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Mr Ng Kim Beng, Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP
Ms Kimarie Cheang, Incisive Law LLC
Mr Robert Vieweger, Thümmel, Schütze & Partners
Moderator: Professor Lan Luh Luh, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
Panellists: Mr Ng Kim Beng,
Ms Kimarie Cheang
Mr Robert Vieweger
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Seminar + The Contract Law of Singapore Book Bundle: SGD 208.65 (inclusive of GST)
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Practice Area: Corporate/Commercial
Training Category: General
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