Partner Mitchell Taraschi and Associate Lauren Iannaccone recently authored the New Jersey section of the “USLAW NETWORK Force Majeure Law Compendium (during COVID-19 pandemic).” This multi-state resource addresses relevant considerations with respect to invoking “force majeure” clauses in contracts in light of the current coronavirus outbreak. With companies facing unprecedented disruption as a result of COVID-19, many are looking to their existing contracts to determine if or how a “force majeure” clause could impact their business.
USLAW is an international organization composed of more than 60 independent, full practice firms with roots in civil litigation, including more than 6,000 attorneys across the U.S., Canada, Latin America and Asia, and with affiliations in Africa and with TELFA in Europe. USLAW is comprised of highly rated law firms that are part of the NETWORK by invitation only. USLAW member firms are experienced in commercial and business law, employment and labor law, litigation and other business-related areas of law, and provide legal representation to major corporations, insurance companies, and large and small businesses alike.
Click to view the USLAW NETWORK Force Majeure Law Compendium (during COVID-19 pandemic).