Coming soon: Contractual performance and COVID-19: an in-depth comparative analysis of the law – Coronavirus (COVID-19)


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WilmerHale and Wolters Kluwer are delighted to announce the publication of Contractual Performance and COVID-19, edited by Franz Schwarz, John Trenor and Helmut Ortner. This indispensable book provides an in-depth analysis of legal principles and doctrines that address significant obstacles faced by parties in fulfilling their contractual obligations due to the COVID-19 pandemic and government actions taken in response. The book offers the most comprehensive comparative examination of the world’s major legal systems and the circumstances under which obstacles related to COVID-19 may excuse contract performance or result in the modification or termination of relevant contractual obligations.

In the attached sample [Download attached PDF], the editors discuss fundamental principles that emerged from their research and that transcend civil and common law jurisdictions.


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