Covid-19?s spread beyond China resulted in immediate border closures. As the pandemic progressed, border closures expanded exponentially and resulted in substantial changes to immigration law and policy. The effect of border closures on business has created pandemonium.
When a business cannot bring in the foreign workers necessary to carry on certain activities, install or fix complex machinery under warrantee or train local employees, or when executives cannot travel to manage their foreign-owned businesses, it can lead to breach of contract, insurance coverage claims, bankruptcy, litigation, arbitration and other legal issues and actions.
This panel of experts will advise on immigration, employment, and business solutions available to businesses suffering the effects of border closures during the pandemic.
Committee Areas: Arbitration, Employment & Industrial Relations, Immigration & Nationality Law, Insurance, Litigation
Date and Location
Non-ASIL International Law-Related Event