Marc Lieberstein

The rise of force majeure language in post-pandemic contracts

Marc Lieberstein joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why the contractually explicit and common law implicit aspect of force majeure will increasingly be part of business in the post-pandemic marketplace.

Category: Coronavirus, Legal

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