"The Legal Implications of the Disaster in Japan"

July 3, 2011
Autobeat Insider Perspectives

In the aftermath of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami in March, carmakers and suppliers have been sharply focused on the job of restoring supply lines. But the disaster entails much more than purchasing issues.

Aleksandra Miziolek, director of Dykema’s Automotive Industry Group, and Sheryl Toby, co-chair of the firm’s Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice Group and member of the Automotive Industry Group, say the challenge is greatest among tier one suppliers because of their more complex supply chain.

Read The Legal Implications of the Disaster in Japanto learn more about the legal implications and other factors impacting the supply chain.