2020年4月

3 观点

3 观点

Health is the primary (but not the only) concern raised by the spread of COVID-19. With the markets volatile on a good day and in freefall on a bad, the global economy is under threat. And yet, life goes on. We look at some of the key legal issues raised by the pandemic, including employment, data protection, and contractual obligations.

Force majeure and COVID-19

A lot of us are thinking about (or being asked about) whether COVID-19 is a 'force majeure' event for the purposes of English law contracts. Unfortunately, the answer is far from straightforward, but we look at some of the most commonly raised issues.

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Frustrated contracts and coronavirus

English contract law is built around the notion that parties are free to agree the terms of the contract and are then bound by those terms.

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Processing personal data related to COVID-19

What to think about if you have new personal data processing operations as a result of the outbreak.

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