Tag Archives: Force Majeure

Frustration of Purpose – Do I Have a Defense?

The COVID-19 (“coronavirus”) public health crisis has caused unprecedented business disruptions and uncertainty for existing contractual obligations.  While many are focused on whether a force majeure clause will be triggered by the recent events, contracting parties should also consider the doctrine of “Frustration of Purpose.” Under California law, the frustration of purpose doctrine may be … Continue Reading

The Impact of Coronavirus on Supply Chain

The global Coronavirus Disease 2019 (“COVID-19” or “coronavirus”)  outbreak has caused supply chain disruptions to businesses around the world.  From delayed production to halted factory operations and slim shipping and freight options, the coronavirus costs keep mounting for businesses facing huge losses.  Developing a cogent response to the outbreak can be extremely challenging, given the … Continue Reading
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