Alan S. Pralgever, Esq.Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis LLP, Roseland
The nation has been negotiating Covid19 issues for several weeks. On the business front, the intent of many contracts and the ability of parties to deliver under contracts has been severely impacted by the virus. The effect the virus has had on our clients’ businesses seems unsurmountable, and new issues continue to arise. So, what commercial litigation cases are being filed and what cases can we expect to arise as a result of the coronavirus?
This seminar features a panel of NJ commercial litigation attorneys who will address issues of force majeure, abatement, terminations of agreements and employment issues and then draw their attention to some additional intricate issues that their clients are currently facing. Questions from attendees are welcome as well.
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