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Butzel Long attorneys discuss Managing Supply Chain Instability during January 28 webinar

DETROIT, Mich. – A growing list of issues are surfacing in the automotive supply chain causing instability in the industry. Butzel Long is hosting a free webinar from 12-1 p.m. (EST) on Thursday, January 28, 2021 to discuss the following issues and more on Managing Supply Chain Instability:

• Current causes of instability,
• Do you have a legal excuse?
• When does the duty to mitigate end?
• How do you best manage the risks of alternate supply?
• Who pays what and when?

Featured Butzel Long presenters include:

David DeVine practices in the areas of business litigation and bankruptcy and serves businesses in a wide array of industries, including automotive, construction, banking, health care, and real estate.

Sheldon Klein regularly represents automotive industry suppliers in matters relating to upstream and downstream commercial relationships, including counseling on terms and conditions and litigation arising out of supply chain disruptions and disputes. He is co-chair of Butzel Long’s Global Automotive Coordinating Committee.

Daniel Rustmann’s practice has been devoted principally to litigation. Over the last decade, he has represented numerous tier 1 and tier 2 automotive suppliers in various matters.

To register online, visit For inquiries, contact Jonathan Spencer at

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