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With the rise of the Covid-19 pandemic, some businesses found themselves unable to perform on their contracts due to Covid-19's unpredictable nature, government orders, and a variety of other factors. Many contracting parties responded to the unpredictability by invoking force majeure to avoid performance. In his article, Mack Miner considers revising force majeure clauses to read less like boilerplate language and include specific pandemic-like events to help to ensure future force majeure issues are successfully invoked.
Force Majeure, Business Contracts
Contracts | Law
Miner, Mack, "Force Majeure & the Coronavirus Pandemic’s Effect on Contractual Obligations" (2022). SLU Law Journal Online. 94.