Coronavirus: Shipyards may struggle to find a legal cure
Coronavirus is not in itself sufficient grounds for Chinese shipyards to invoke force majeure, even when contracts contain clauses that seem to make that the obvious plain English reading, a lawyer warns
Even government-imposed mandatory quarantines, production bans and city-wide lockdowns would not necessarily meet the legal hurdles in place, according to Watson Farley & Williams dispute resolution specialist
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