How can I prepare my business for a Coronavirus outbreak?

Friday 13 March, 1.00pm

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Overview

The World Health Organisation has reported that the majority of new Coronavirus cases are now outside China. As the number of confirmed cases in the UK and Europe grows and the impact on manufacturing and supply chains in other jurisdictions is already being felt, businesses will need to consider the impact the disease is likely to have on their own operations and staff.

Join our panel of experts from across the firm as we discuss the legal issues businesses will need to address and practical steps that can be taken to protect their business and manage the risks presented by the Covid-19 outbreak, including:

• How to ensure continued operations whilst protecting employees

• How supply chains might be affected and what steps should be taken to address supply chain issues

• Where the risk of delays lies and whether insurance coverage may be available

• What damages claims might arise as a result of delays caused by the outbreak

Presenters

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Matt Phillip
Senior Associate
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
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Rebecca Nicholson
Solicitor
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
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Alison Rochester
Senior Associate
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
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