Quick Note: Charting Your Contractual Rights With Respect To The Coronavirus

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Charting the rights and obligations under your contracts

April 6, 2020
David Adelstein - Florida Construction Legal Updates

As more and more information is being learned, and more and more industries are being impacted, it is likely that the construction industry will follow suit. And, while impacts with the global supply chain may not yet be realized, impacts could begin with labor supply and, frankly, employers’ safety protocols dealing with the coronavirus. One suggestion that should be implemented is a detailed chart, similar to the below, where you are charting rights and obligations under your contracts dealing with force majeure, notice, and project suspensions. This is step one to make sure you are making prudent decisions, preserving rights, and making sure contractual obligations are being met. Be proactive, not reactive.

Mr. Adelstein may be contacted at dma@kirwinnorris.com


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