Business interruption

This note considers the types of business interruptions that may occur and the potential costs that can arise from them. It explains how legal teams can become more integrated in the business continuity management process and describes the main British and international standards that apply to business continuity planning.

Stuart Padgham, Irwin Mitchell LLP

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