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[Webinar] Commercial Drafting Considerations in a Post-COVID World

Covid-19 has turned the commercial world on its head in unprecedented and unforeseen ways, leaving countless broken deals and unfulfilled contracts in its wake. While financially devastating, these experiences can be leveraged to instruct us on how to prepare for such situations in the future.


Join our panel of experienced corporate lawyers and inhouse counsel for an insightful and practical discussion on ways to future-proof contracts to create a more commercially-resilient paradigm.


Participants can look forward to a discussion on the following issues:
· How a typical contract of today fares against Covid-induced non-performance including possible recourse
· Clauses to consider for pandemics and other similar situations in the future
· Likely approach of the Singapore courts to Covid-induced breaches

 

Click here for brochure. 

For enquiries, please call Tel: +65 6332 4388 or email to [email protected].

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Webinar Date: 07 July 2020 (04:30pm – 06:10pm)


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Covid-19 has turned the commercial world on its head in unprecedented and unforeseen ways, leaving countless broken deals and unfulfilled contracts in its wake. While financially devastating, these experiences can be leveraged to instruct us on how to prepare for such situations in the future.


Join our panel of experienced corporate lawyers and inhouse counsel for an insightful and practical discussion on ways to future-proof contracts to create a more commercially-resilient paradigm.


Participants can look forward to a discussion on the following issues:
· How a typical contract of today fares against Covid-induced non-performance including possible recourse
· Clauses to consider for pandemics and other similar situations in the future
· Likely approach of the Singapore courts to Covid-induced breaches

 

Click here for brochure. 

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