Stephanie Sharron, Alistair Maughan, Kristina Ehle and Chuan Sun

Stephanie Sharron is a partner in Morrison & Foerster’s Technology Transactions Group and is based in the Silicon Valley. Stephanie advises companies on complex global procurement and supply transactions with a focus on technology-related transactions.
Alistair Maughan is co-managing partner of Morrison & Foerster’s London office. He focuses on commercial contracts and technology-based projects for major companies and public sector organizations.
Kristina Ehle is co-managing partner of Morrison & Foerster’s Berlin office. She has over 20 years of experience advising clients across industries on technology-driven and IP-heavy transactions.
Chuan Sun is a corporate partner in Morrison & Foerster’s Shanghai office. He advises on cross-border M&A transactions; sophisticated technology, media and telecom transactions; and complex IP matters across Greater China.
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The Morrison & Foerster Technology Transactions group continues its discussion around contractual nonperformance during the COVID-19 pandemic, covering considerations including anticipatory repudiation, common law doctrines and legal considerations abroad. Anticipatory Repudiation A party’s anticipatory repudiation (also called anticipatory breach) might also serve to discharge the other party’s contractual obligations under a commercial contract. In the U.S., particularly in the context of the...

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Members of the Morrison & Foerster Technology Transactions group offer practical guidance on how to manage and mitigate risk as the COVID-19 pandemic interrupts operations and impacts performance. The first installment in this two-part series explores using the force majeure clause in adjusting performance expectations. When disaster strikes, technology supply chains and services are disrupted. The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to...

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