Phillips Nizer (New York): Is Social Distancing and “Act of God” in Germany?

COVID-19, first detected in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, was, within just a few months, declared by both the WHO and CDC to be a global pandemic. Due to the closely interlinked supply-chain relationships of the global economy, the contractual obligations and expectations of German companies are directly affected, even in areas where the worst health effects of the disease have thankfully not occurred. Factory, warehouse and retail store closings, quarantine and social distancing measures, bottlenecks in the supply of materials and components, transport delays and failures—supply chains get out of joint, sales collapse, entire industries practically come to a standstill. MORE.

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