Coronavirus may trigger ‘force majeure’ clauses in contracts, attorneys say

Supply chain disruptions, closures and cancellations due to the spread of the novel coronavirus have attorneys fielding calls from clients wondering what their rights and responsibilities are under contracts that are affected by the situation. Many contracts have "force majeure" clauses, which excuse performance when unforeseeable circumstances prevent a party from fulfilling the terms of the ...

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