06/16/2020

How to Tell if COVID-19 Qualifies as Force Majeure in Your Contracts

This article originally appeared in Idaho Business Review online, June 16, 2020.

Contracts often contain “force majeure” clauses that excuse performance due to extraordinary events such as natural disasters, unexpected government action and pandemics. So what does Idaho law say about Covid-19 qualifying as a force majeure in your contract? Here are five factors to consider in determining whether force majeure excuses contract performance:

Please click here to read the full article: How to tell if COVID-19 qualifies as force majeure in your contracts.

DISCLAIMER

Unless you are a current client of Holland & Hart LLP, please do not send any confidential information by email. If you are not a current client and send an email to an individual at Holland & Hart LLP, you acknowledge that we have no obligation to maintain the confidentiality of any information you submit to us, unless we have already agreed to represent you or we later agree to do so. Thus, we may represent a party adverse to you, even if the information you submit to us could be used against you in a matter, and even if you submitted it in a good faith effort to retain us.