‘Legal Disruption and Times of Crisis: COVID-19 and (Contract) Law’

“The term ‘disruption’ has been used frequently, and rather indiscriminately, in recent years, particularly in legal writings on the many facets of digitalisation. In my recent paper, I argue that a clear conception of ‘legal disruption’ can turn an over-used cliché into a useful concept to understand the impact of targeted law reform on existing legal regimes …” (more)

[Christian Twigg-Flesner, Oxford Business Law Blog, 17 September]

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