As the world faces the challenges of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, the technology sector has provided essential support to people, businesses and communities as they adapt to changing circumstances. From supporting remote workforces around the world, to operating the backbone of global digital and mobile payment systems, to providing collaborative and innovative care solutions to those impacted by COVID-19, many companies in the technology sector, as well as other sectors, are serving critical functions.

While many technology companies are forging on, it is certainly not business as usual for most. While discussions over force majeure, impossibility, impracticability and frustration of purpose, as well as other contractual remedies, are top of mind for many companies across all sectors, there are a few key considerations that are unique to the technology sector that bear remembering.

Intellectual Property Protection

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