Force majeure discussions expand as coronavirus pandemic continues

The historic business disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic will likely lead to unprecedented litigation as parties to contracts debate whether force majeure provisions apply to their situations, Maryland attorneys say. With nonessential businesses closed and citizens, with limited exceptions, required to stay home, attorneys are fielding questions from clients who wonder whether the pandemic qualifies as ...

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