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Local attorneys weigh in on force majeure clauses, employment during COVID-19 (access required)

The COVID-19 pandemic is so unprecedented that it is presenting a challenge to lawyers in giving advice to clients because they can’t look back at prior events for guidance on how to deal with it, says Lorisa LaRocca, a partner with Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP’s labor and employment department. But while there is not on-point precedent ...
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