When entering a long-term services contract, the prospect of future political or environmental changes affecting performance will not be the parties’ primary focus. However, circumstances can change quickly and without warning, particularly in what may be regarded as more challenging jurisdictions. Whether due to regime change, civil unrest, military actionContinue Reading War, Coups and Hurricanes – Exiting long-term services contracts when conditions change
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is the latest in a series of viral outbreaks that researchers predict will only increase in the years ahead.
Each outbreak presents different challenges to the performance of existing contractual relationships, and the latest…
Continue Reading COVID-19 contract issues reach beyond force majeure