CCTT participated in the Force majeure global online forum of the Swiss Chinese Law Association (SCLA)
CCTT participated in the Force majeure global online forum of the Swiss Chinese Law Association (SCLA), which was held on June 26, 2020 under the chairmanship of Committee Member, SCLA President Tianze Zhang via videoconference.
The forum was attended by lawyers and representatives of the legal field in Europe and China. The participants of the forum exchanged their views on the current situation in the world caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The main topic of discussion of the forum was the question: what should be considered as a force majeure, is the coronavirus pandemic a force majeure, and what support measures should be provided by the governments to eliminate the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. During the discussions special attention was paid to the influence of the pandemic on Chinese industrial corporations, international trade and supply chain.
The Swiss Chinese Law Association (SCLA) forum is a unique platform where legal experts and industry leaders have the opportunity to exchange their views and discuss current issues in the field of international transport law.
Reference: Swiss Chinese Law Association (SCLA) is a global non — profit organization headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, founded in 2019. SCLA promotes mutual understanding of legal procedures and joint resolution of legal issues in China and Switzerland. SCLA has 100 members from 12 countries and regions. SCLA provides assistance to the legal community in China and Switzerland, and through its global membership influences the development of legal cooperation between countries and shapes the future of the legal profession. SCLA publishes the Swiss Chinese Law Review, a journal that reflects modern legal aspects.
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