April 08, 2020

Force Majeure Provisions and COVID-19

Force majeure clauses are inserted into contracts to account for extraordinary circumstances under which neither party can be held responsible for non-performance.
April 03, 2020

Daniel Beauchemin Participating in a Webinar About Force Majeure Provisions and COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged businesses to fulfill contractual obligations and client expectations.
April 02, 2020

Brian Davis Participating in a TIDA Webinar

Please join Attorney Brian Davis along with Attorney Chris Begeman of Righi Fitch Law Group, Attorney Lara Lickhalter of Cassiday Schade LLP, and Attorney Bill McKee of Rhodes Hieronymus on April 8, 2020 at 2:00 p.m.
April 01, 2020

Michael Mazurczak Participating in a Webinar Discussion About the Effects of COVID-19 on Employers and Their Businesses

COVID-19 is impacting businesses of all sizes around the globe in significant ways. In response to the pandemic, the federal government has enacted legislation protecting workers and employers during this precarious time.
March 30, 2020

The Effects of COVID-19 on the Applicability of Businessowners' Insurance Coverage

With the closing of many businesses or the curtailing of operations of many others as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, issues have arisen regarding whether insurance policies afford coverage for the resulting business income losses.