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[Webinar] Coronavirus, and Australian Bushfires: Business Continuity Resources on Practical Law and Westlaw Asia
Epidemics, pandemics, civil unrest and other civil emergencies not only disrupt day-to-day business operations, but also create and amplify legal risks. From the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) to the devastating Australian bushfires, disruptive crises pose a significant operational and legal impact on businesses and highlight the increasing need to prepare for business continuity disruptions in the 21st century.


Enjoy this on demand webinar for an overview of the key risks and legal implications arising from pandemics and other public health and civil emergencies, and learn about the resources  Practical Law and Westlaw Asia have to offer to assist businesses and their legal advisers in their business continuity planning.
Webinar overview

  • Resources available to help businesses and lawyers address key risks and legal implications arising from Coronavirus, Australian bushfires and other civil emergencies. 
  • Business continuity planning – resources on Practical Law and Westlaw Asia.
  • Checklist of what to prepare.
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Speakers:
Andrew McDonald
Writer, Practical Law
Thomson Reuters Asia and Emerging Markets
Bryan Jung
Senior Writer, Asia
Thomson Reuters Asia and Emerging Markets
Tracy Tsoi
Training Specialist, Legal
Thomson Reuters Asia and Emerging Markets
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