Organizations of all sizes are entering, performing and sometimes seeking to avoid contract obligations in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic. This webinar will provide an overview of the potential impact that COVID-19 has on every step of the contracting process – from entering contracts to performing and receiving critical services during this crisis, performing on existing contracts and seeking to avoid contractual obligations under force majeure provisions. McDermott transactions and litigation lawyers will discuss best practices for assessing contractual obligations and responding to challenges in meeting or enforcing contracts in the face of COVID-19. They will also answer common questions we are seeing from our clients on the front lines.
With the flood of information available to you, we want to ensure you have the opportunity to get answers that help you assess your particular risks. In order for our presenters to provide insightful responses and address the issues that are most important to you, we are providing you with the opportunity to submit questions during the registration process.
Your questions will help drive the Q&A portion of this webinar, so we encourage you to note in the “Questions & Comments” box where you could use additional guidance.
We hope you tune in on April 13!
For more information about this webinar, please contact Kristina Repko.
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