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by Daniel R. Avery, John C. Cushing, Derek B. Domian and Martin D. EdelonAugust 5, 2020
In the social and economic fallout from COVID, businesses are assessing how best to address their commercial relationships, especially where potentially insurmountable barriers to performance loom large. One clause that concerns performance impossibility has gained increasing recognition in this crisis. “Force majeure” contract clauses long have existed in contracts. Largely...
by Daniel R. Avery and Matthew E. EpsteinonFebruary 11, 2015
We recently reported in to our clients about a little-known element of the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) that will require many QSRs (Quick Serve Restaurants) to provide specific calorie and nutrition information to their customers and on their menus. Mandated by the legislation, it was left to the Food...
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