COVID-19 and Force Majeure: UAE Construction and Maritime Law Focus (MANDARIN LANGUAGE)

Date: 14 Apr 2020
Location: Online

The arrival and effects of COVID-19 have impacted a variety of companies and businesses in our region. To assist members of the construction, projects, maritime and logistics sectors, we are pleased to host a webinar on the law of Force Majeure in the UAE, as well as issues unique to the aforementioned industries. Listeners of our webinar can look forward to a discussion of the following issues:

1. How Force Majeure works under UAE law and the concept of frustration under DIFC law

2. Potential impacts of COVID-19 on construction projects and possible legal consequences

3. UAE maritime statutory provisions concerning Force Majeure

4. Maritime legal considerations in light of COVID-19

Date: Tuesday, 14th April 2020

Time: 15:00 - 15:45 (Including Q&A Segment) (UAE Time)

Fees: Nil

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Euan Lloyd

Senior Counsel, Construction & Infrastructure

Gabriel Yuen

Associate, Transport & Insurance

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