In cooperation with legal office Eversheds Sutherland we would like to invite you to a webinar "COVID­19: RECOVERY OF BUSINESS INTERRUPTION LOSSES". It will take place on Tuesday 24.3.2020 at 15:00. If you want to attend, please sign in.

The presence of COVID­19 is yielding unprecedented challenges to Czech businesses. Faced with mandatory closures, impacts on supply chains, travel restrictions and significant uncertainty, organizations may suffer significant financial consequences as a result of COVID­19 and the crisis measures.

In our webinar we will cover the potential legal consequences and explore critical questions on the recovery of business interruption losses in reaction to the pandemic situation.

We will present how to navigate the financial recovery process.


Legal assesment to the Covid­19 situation ­ Eversheds Sutherland

HOW? Does the state need to breach the law for the claim to be successful?

WHAT? Can you claim only an actual damage or even lost profit? WHEN? How much time do you have to raise the claim?
HOW MUCH? Will you need to pay the court fees?

Damage calculation and claims ­ John Wilkinson, EY

We will help you find answers to following questions:
Is there any opportunity to claim our losses caused by COVID­19?
What could be included in our claim?
How to approach quantifying our losses from Business Interruption? What should be done to prove our claims?
How to convince the counterparty that the claim is credible?


Jan Krampera

Partner of Eversheds Sutherland

Jan is head of the litigation department and a recommended dispute management expert in the prestigious European Legal 500 ratings. He is also a registered arbitrator at several arbitration courts and frequently comments on new draft of Class Action Act.

John Wilkinson

Claims & Disputes Leader ­ Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe & Central Asia, EY

John has over 25 years of experience in leading major claims, disputes and investigative compliance assignments globally, in the financial services, retail & consumer product and hospitality & leisure sectors.

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