For over a year, COVID-19 has created immeasurable change to our way of life and the global economy. By now, you have probably already heard of or dealt with contractual disputes—from advertising to insurance and many other fields—related to non-performance caused by the pandemic. While many cases are still being litigated, it is important to understand the direction in which these may go. Just as important is answering the question: How will future contracts be written to account for potential public health emergencies?
On Tuesday, March 23 (12 noon EST), join Fletcher Heald Attorney Thomas Urban for a complimentary, hour-long update on the complexity of contract litigation in our COVID-19 world and anticipating where we go from here. This will include a Q & A session, so bring any lingering questions you may have.
What Will You Learn?
- How COVID-19 is impacting pending litigation
- The contract doctrines that will determine who shoulders the cost of non-performance
- Differences in state-level enforcement of several clauses
- Where contract litigation is headed with a new administration in Washington