- COVID-19 Insights: Your contracts and supply chain
COVID-19 Insights: Your contracts and supply chain
COVID-19 Insights: Your contracts and supply chain1st April 2020 - Published by Kuits COVID-19 Advice Taskforce
All information contained in the below insights was correct as of the day of publication:
9th June 2020
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill attempts to grant businesses time and space to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic by introducing a new moratorium process. However, the bill contains provisions which will permanently impact supply contracts. In this article, senior associate Caroline Brennan looks at the bill and outlines the key changes for businesses.
22nd May 2020
The Kuits commercial team analyses the impact COVID-19 has had on the sport sector and considers the brand engagement opportunities during the crisis, and also lends insight into what the future may hold for rights holders and sponsors.
7th May 2020
The Kuits data protection team provides an insight into the privacy and security implications of the NHS contact tracing app.
24th April 2020
The Kuits banking team explore the options of how parties might meet witness requirements when signing or executing deeds and documents whilst in lockdown.
22nd April 2020
The Kuits banking team explore the options of how parties might address the difficulties of signing or executing deeds and documents whilst in lockdown.
16th April 2020
The Kuits litigation team assesses frustration of contracts and what impact COVID-19 may have on claims that can be made.
15th April 2020
Our banking and real estate finance team assesses materially adverse change (MAC) clauses and the whether the current pandemic can be considered a trigger for lenders.
8th April 2020
Associate Rebecca Ingram looks at business interruption insurance and whether or not businesses will be covered by it.
16th March 2020
Commercial and intellectual property partner James Wall looks at whether COVID-19 is a force majeure event and the practical steps corporates should take going forward.
Your contracts and supply chain: Contact James Wall on 0161 838 7996 / email@example.com
- Advising on contractual clauses, in particular application of force majeure and other clauses to the current
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