The spread of Covid-19 has disrupted markets and supply chains around the world, and many businesses are at risk of being unable to perform their contractual obligations. In contract law, “force
The spread of Covid-19 has disrupted markets and supply chains around the world, and many businesses are at risk of being unable to perform their contractual obligations.
In contract law, “force majeure” refers to unforeseeable circumstances that prevent someone from fulfilling a contract—and it may apply to your business amidst COVID-19.
This global pandemic has and will continue to bring many assertions of force majeure in response to quarantines, business closures and travel restrictions.
On July 15, Women’s Enterprise Centre is hosting Deirdre Huestis, an associate in BLG’s Corporate Commercial Group, to answer key questions about force majeure, such as:
– What is a force majeure clause?
– What is required to invoke a force majeure clause as a result of COVID-19?
– What are the effects of invoking a force majeure clause
– What alternative routes can you use to end your contractual obligations if a force majeure clause doesn’t apply to your situation?
Join us on July 15 to have your contract questions answered by an expert!
July 15 | 10am to 11am PT | Free Webinar
Facilitator: Kerrilee Auger, Skills Development Manager, Women’s Enterprise Centre
Panelist: Deirdre Huestis, Associate, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG) Corporate Commercial Group
(Mercredi) 10:00 am - 11:00 am PDT
Women's Enterprise Centre