Thailand’s Supreme Court on Force Majeure

Force Majeure in Thailand: From the Bird Flu Case to the Coronavirus Outbreak

Thailand’s legal system: The outbreak of the coronavirus COVID-19 has far-reaching legal implications in Thailand. It’s civil law system bases on legislation derived from Germany, not on common-law court decisions. Nevertheless, the 2012 Supreme Court decision 5353/2552 on avian influenza (bird flu case) gives interesting insights that will help in the legal handling of the impact of the coronavirus outbreak in 2020.  Read the full article at LinkedIn:

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Disclaimer: A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. This low-resolution high-level outlook constitutes neither legal advice, nor an attorney-client relationship, nor equips with the insights, tools or skills to do this without the CoronaAlliance. Don’t wait for the storm to pass, learn to dance in the rain.

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