Now more than ever, formal court procedures will likely significantly delay dispute resolution. Accordingly, it is prudent to consider the many advantages arbitration may provide under these circumstances.
The litany of COVID-19-related criminal and regulatory violations range from the obvious to the most sophisticated. As we predicted last week, law enforcement and regulators have begun to crack down.
Contracts, employment, torts, and insurance are among the areas of law most likely to see an immediate increase in activity as a result of coronavirus. This update offers a quick update on these discrete and timely legal issues.
The COVID-19 pandemic has every general counsel thinking about and confronting a host of legal issues (employment, force majeure clauses, insurance, etc.). And this is happening in a rapidly evolving environment with little visibility into what, at least, the next coming weeks and months might hold.