Business interruption: the legal framework

This feature article provides an overview of the legal implications of business interruption and the practical steps for businesses to consider, particularly in the light of recent business interruption events and the approach of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.  

Stuart Padgham, Nishani Nijjar, Kirstin Black, Baljit Rai, Christopher Ingham and Monica Gogna, Clifford Chance LLP

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