2020 and 2021 have seen several large-scale disruptions to supply chains from the Covid-19 global pandemic to the blockage of the Suez Canal. These disruptions can have far-reaching impacts upon businesses and in some cases inevitably give rise to disputes.
Will supply chain disruption lead to a surge of disputes?
Burford Vice President Reda Hicks, was formerly Senior Counsel for deugro (USA), Inc., a global freight forwarding and project logistics solutions organization. In this video, she explains how supply chain disruption could lead to a surge in contractual disputes:
- The main challenges faced as Senior Counsel for global freight forwarding and project logistics solutions organization
- How the supply chain disruption caused by Covid-19 and the blockage of the Suez Canal impacted businesses
- The kinds of disputes that might arise from this disruption as companies try to recover their financial losses