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Practical Advice for Japanese Businesses When Coronavirus Prevents Performance of Contracts Governed by U.S. Law
September 2020
Donald W. Hawthorne
Axinn Updates

Axinn partner Don Hawthorne authored, "Practical Advice for Japanese Businesses When Coronavirus
Prevents Performance of Contracts Governed by U.S. Law." This Axinn Update covers what to do if your company cannot deliver on a contract due to COVID-19 or cannot perform because your supplier did not deliver due to COVID-19; can your company rely on COVID-19 as a basis to get out of a purchase agreement; what is the legal framework under U.S. law for whether COVID-19 excuses a failure to perform, and more. 

Practical Advice for Japanese Businesses When Coronavirus Prevents Performance of Contracts Governed by U.S. Law
米国法準拠の契約におけるコロナウイルスによる債務不履行についての日本企業向け実務的アドバイス

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