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Force Majeure and Other Defenses to Contract Performance During the Covid-19 Pandemic

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Course Information

Time 1h
Difficulty Intermediate

Course Description

This program, presented by Baker Hostetler partner Gilbert S. Keteltas and associate Kyle T. Cutts, will discuss the enforceability of force majeure clauses, and other contract defenses, to excuse performance impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The course will benefit attorneys advising clients on their contractual rights and obligations during the pandemic, as well as counsel responsible for drafting new contracts in the time of COVID-19.



Learning Objectives:

  1. Analyze the historical precedent for applying force majeure clauses to excuse contract performance in the face of epidemics
  2. Assess the differences in force majeure provisions that may affect their enforceability
  3. Consider other defenses to contract performance that may be available where a force majeure provision is not
  4. Address force majeure language in new contracts entered at a time when global pandemic may be treated as foreseeable 

Credit Information

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Faculty

Kyle T. Cutts

Baker & Hostetler LLP

Kyle Cutts focuses primarily on appellate litigation, motions practice, and trial strategy in state and federal courts. His experience spans many areas of law, including consumer class actions, commercial contract disputes and antitrust matters. Kyle also has experience defending class action lawsuits related to auto-renewal or continuous-service subscriptions, including claims brought under California’s auto-renewal statute, Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17600, et seq. Additionally, he maintains an active pro bono practice.

Kyle previously served as a law clerk for the Honorable Jay S. Bybee of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Prior to attending law school, he worked in Silicon Valley and in Hyderabad, India, for Google Inc. He also served as a Fulbright Scholar in Hamburg, Germany. 

Select Experience

  • Secured dismissal of a class action complaint challenging client’s use of an auto-renewal subscription service. At oral argument, the court dismissed the complaint in its entirety and denied the plaintiffs leave to amend.
  • Drafted a successful motion to dismiss a multi-count complaint asserting breach-of-warranty and negligence theories. I also drafted the briefing before the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, which affirmed the dismissal.   
  • Recently argued before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in a case involving a dismissed petition for habeas corpus relief. 

Experience

  • Secured dismissal of a class action complaint challenging client’s use of an auto-renewal subscription service. At oral argument, the court dismissed the complaint in its entirety and denied the plaintiffs leave to amend.
  • Drafted a successful motion to dismiss a multi-count complaint asserting breach-of-warranty and negligence theories. I also drafted the briefing before the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, which affirmed the dismissal.   
  • Recently argued before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in a case involving a dismissed petition for habeas corpus relief. 
  • Defended a leading home-goods manufacturer against a series of putative class actions in which plaintiffs alleged the manufacture and sale of failure-prone component parts.
  • Successfully defended a client against the FTC in an antitrust merger challenge.
  • Represented a department store chain against a competitor for tortious interference with a license agreement.

Memberships

  • Case Western Reserve University Law School Alumni Board
  • American Bar Association
  • Ohio State Bar Association

Alerts

Blog Posts

Events

Pro Bono

  • Successfully secured release of a prisoner sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole as a juvenile.
  • Represented a prisoner appealing the dismissal of his federal habeas petition.
  • Successfully obtained asylum for individuals fleeing persecution in central Africa.

Services

Industries

Prior Positions

  • Law Clerk for the Honorable Jay S. Bybee, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit (2011 to 2012)

Admissions

  • Ohio
  • California

Education

  • J.D., Case Western Reserve University School of Law, 2008, summa cum laude, Order of the Coif, Graduated First in Class
  • B.A., Wake Forest University, 2002




Gilbert S. Keteltas

Baker & Hostetler LLP

The practice team leader of BakerHostetler’s Commercial Litigation team, Gil Keteltas is a trial lawyer with more than 25 years of experience litigating complex commercial, tort and government enforcement disputes on behalf of national and international corporations. Recognized by the National Law Journal as a 2016 Litigation Trailblazer for innovative trial advocacy, Gil’s experience spans practice areas and industries. He has advocated in courtrooms across the country on behalf of manufacturers, engineers, hospitality companies, agricultural cooperatives and farmers, and has served as trial counsel in jury and bench trials. 

Gil also is experienced in coordinating and leading the defense of multi-jurisdictional, multi-party disputes – including disputes involving a mix of government and private plaintiffs – and in developing and implementing litigation risk-reduction strategies before litigation is filed.

Gil’s national trial practice benefits from his experience in electronic discovery. He brings a practical approach to e-discovery that recognizes the importance of focused advocacy in addressing the burdens, costs and opportunities of discovery in modern complex litigation. Clients and peers recognize Gil as “a notable electronic discovery expert with significant trial experience” (Chambers USA 2018).
 

Experience

  • Co-lead trial counsel to a global engineering company in an indemnity case arising out of the 2009 explosion of a food manufacturing plant in Garner, North Carolina. After a four-week jury trial, the jury returned a verdict of $108.9 million in favor of the client, two times the amount of the largest verdict in Nebraska at that time. This verdict, recently affirmed by the Nebraska Supreme Court, was recognized by the National Law Journal as a “Top 50 Verdict” of 2016 in its Elite Trial Lawyers report.*
  • Counsel to multiple hospitality companies in litigation and enforcement actions arising out of data breaches. Secured voluntary dismissal of a class action brought by issuing banks against one client, negotiated a favorable mediated resolution of a consumer class action brought against another and is actively involved in a regulatory enforcement investigation involving a third.
  • Lead counsel to the growers and processors of more than half of the nation’s domestically grown sugar in multiple lawsuits, defending his client’s ability to plant, harvest and process biotech sugarbeets. Directly sued opposing food advocacy groups through use of the Declaratory Judgment Act. Developed and implemented a trial strategy that challenged the credibility of opposing claims and exposed the absence of injury to plaintiffs, ultimately voiding injunctive remedies. Center for Food Safety, et al. v. Vilsack, et al.
  • Led client and joint defense in six consolidated multi-plaintiff tort actions brought by New York City transit workers alleging injuries from diesel exhaust exposure in enclosed transit terminals. Won dismissal of all claims on federal pre-emption grounds. In re Jackson, et al. v. General Motors Corp., et al.
  • Won an unprecedented trial verdict as lead trial counsel in a case of first impression defended by the California Attorney General. The court invalidated a California regulation, finding it unconstitutionally impaired contracts with the world’s leading diesel engine manufacturers and amounted to an illegal recall. Caterpillar Inc., et al. v. California Air Resources Board
  • Assisted a client in defense and resolution of an industrywide investigation and government enforcement dispute concerning the regulation of engines, which remains one of the largest government enforcement efforts in history. Led client and industry joint defense of multiple follow-on lawsuits alleging claims of unfair business practices, breach of contract and warranty, and violations of the RICO statute. United States v. Caterpillar Inc., et al.
  • Served on the defense, trial and appellate teams of the second-largest environmental enforcement action ever tried before a jury, involving allegations of unpermitted operations under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act. A settlement was eventually approved between the parties. U.S. v. Marine Shale Processors
  • As counsel to a multinational food and beverage company in an antitrust class action, negotiated and obtained significant limits to the scope, burden and expense of electronic discovery. In re: Chocolate Confectionary Antitrust Litigation
  • Exposed a competitor’s role in secretly funding a citizen suit against a client. The suit ended on the eve of the preliminary injunction trial after citizens unsuccessfully sought to withdraw their own preliminary injunction motion. Pennsylvania Environmental Enforcement Project, Inc. v. Keystone Cement Co.
  • Co-leader of a nationwide team that managed a national litigation docket involving more than 100 active cases. Developed and utilized cutting-edge case management and litigation budgeting tools. Unocal National Litigation Docket (See American Lawyer, “The Fix Is In,” Nov. 1, 2005).

Recognitions

  • Chambers Global:
    • E-Discovery & Information Governance (USA) (2020)
      • Band 4 (2020)
    • Litigation: E-Discovery (USA) (2019)
      • Band 4 (2019)
  • Chambers USA: Nationwide Litigation: E-Discovery (2014 to 2019)
    • Band 4 (2018 to 2019), Recognized Practitioner (2014 to 2016)
  • National Law Journal "Litigation Trailblazer" (2016)
  • 2016 “Top 50 Verdict,” National Law Journal’s Elite Trial Lawyer’ report.
  • Bondareff Award Winner: recognition of extended and dedicated service to the Cornell Club of Washington (2002)
  • Washington, D.C. "Super Lawyer" (2013 to 2019)

Memberships

  • Georgetown Law Advanced E-Discovery Institute
    • Board of Advisors (2008 to 2018)
    • Planning Committee Co-Chair (2016 to 2017)
    • Faculty
  • Georgetown Law Corporate Counsel Institute: Advisory Board Member (2005 to 2018)
  • Sedona Working Group 1: Electronic Document Retention & Production
  • Practicing Law Institute: Faculty (2014 to 2018)

News

Press Releases

Alerts

Events

Community

  • Cornell University Speech & Debate Society: Advisory Board (2015 to 2018)
  • Cornell University Glee Club: Alumni Board (2017 to 2018)
  • Cornell Club of Washington, D.C.
    • Office of the President (1994 to 1995; 1995 to 1996)
    • Office of the Vice-President (1992 to 1993; 1993 to 1994)
    • Office of Scholarship Vice-President (1991 to 1992)
    • Investment and Audit Committee (1996)
  • Cornell University Council (2005 to 2007)

Pro Bono

  • Represented a client in an issue related to denial of Social Security and disability benefits. Examined a vocational expert at appeal before an administrative law judge and won appeal of denial of benefits. Worked with a neighborhood association to fight an open-air drug market using a nuisance law. Resulted in closure of a “problem” business property following a contested DCRA hearing and license revocation.

Services

Admissions

  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
  • U.S. District Court, District of Columbia
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
  • District of Columbia

Education

  • J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 1989, Business Editor, Georgetown International Environmental Law Review (1988-89)
  • B.S., Cornell University, 1986





Reviews

LA
Louis t. A.

Learned more tan I expected. Very interesting.

LG
Larry G.

Very informative!

JW
Jeffrey W.

Very timely and well done

JP
Jodi P.

Very well done and informative. Speakers very knowledgeable

JB
James B.

I believe this is the type of course that can be updated frequently and hope you'll consider asking the original presenters to return.

MG
MIchael G.

GOOD COURSE

MS
Max S.

Excellent and timely presentation. This is a must see for transactional, commercial and contract attorneys.

SZ
Stuart Z.

well spoken by both on care needed in proper drafting of FM clauses

DF
Douglas F.

Good course

ME
Megan E.

So interesting and relevant to what is going on currently. I enjoyed this.

BF
Bruce F.

Outstanding presentation! The best one I've seen on Lawline!

DK
Daniel K.

Very good presentation. Presenters were very knowledgeable.

KA
Kristin A.

The instructors were very thorough and informative.

KM
Kathleen M.

This was a timely, practical course that will help me in my daily practice.

CH
Cynthia H.

This presentation was very through.

SD
Sean D.

Thanks!

RG
Richard G.

Very helpful. Will certainly pay particular attention to those sections fm now on.

EF
Eric F.

timely course

TR
Thomas R.

Very good in all respects.

JK
James K.

Very timely. Confirmed many of my own thoughts and also provided litigation/negotiation strategies. Excellent presentation.

MG
Michael G.

Good presentation.

LL
Lorenzo L.

Given the disruptive nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, the advice of the instructors was right on point as to issues impacting reasonable expectations of contract performance. Well done!

SM
Susan M.

Very informative.

EM
Elizabeth M.

Excellent and timely!

TB
Thomas B.

Excellent informative presentation.

MH
Michael H.

Very informative, well organized and certainly timely

CA
carol ann a.

Well done, pertinent, timely. Presenters offered practical advice; we can benefit from their obvious experience in this area of the law. Presentation was appropriate tone, that is, it felt as though we were discussing issues with a knowledgeable colleague. Slides mercifully kept to a minimum, which was appreciated.

BK
beth k.

excellent content and speakers. actually interesting and informative

RB
Rene B.

Informative session. Thank you.

RS
Reese S.

Really enjoy these very timely programs.

AP
Andrew P.

Excellent program Wonderful presenters Better than in law school! Thank you!!!

AL
Andrea L.

Very informative.

MS
Michael S.

Solid intro to FM clauses and considerations

MA
Mark A.

Super timely topic and very helpful presentation.

LB
Louise B.

Timely and informational.

LS
Lauren S.

Very informative and timely course

JB
Jeffrey B.

Great overview and starting point for researching F.M. issues, while showing the counterpoints to such a defense.

SD
Sarah D.

Good contract examples.

DB
David B.

Great overview and good practice tips!

JH
Janet H.

Very thorough, thoughtful, and included both academic and practical considerations.

KJ
Kenneth J.

This was the best online course I have taken. Clear, practical and helpful.

TW
Thomas W.

Very thoughtful analysis and presentation

TP
Thomas P.

Well done, timely course material and content.

CT
Clarisse T.

Very helpful guidance in light of COVID-19

AK
Alex K.

Good class, especially for now.

FC
Francine C.

Class was helpful and informative

NG
Naomi G.

excellent exposition

TH
Theresa H.

Presenters were very clear and understandable. They gave excellent examples on the subject matter.

AF
Alan F.

Excellent course

MW
Michael W.

Timely course

HS
Henry S.

Great!

RM
Ria M.

Excellent program. Speakers were engaging, gave useful info and were not repetitive.

CM
Craig M.

Good information.

MG
Murray G.

Outstanding and timely!!!!

SD
S D.

Thank you!

FL
Fred L.

Presenters were very knowledgeable and informative on the subject. Also, presented the subject in a very understandable manner.

RA
Refai A.

Very relevant. Thank you

DL
Diane L.

Really well done.

AH
Adolphus H.

Great topic and current significance. Great examples and explanations.

JO
Joan O.

Informational

PT
Patricia T.

Excellent and practical for a very challenging time. It gave me, corporate counsel, some good insights and confirmed legal theories already in play. Many of us are working in isolation and so being able to hear colleagues lecture on the issues of the day is invaluable. Thank you.

SR
Sarah R.

This was a very timely and helpful presentation; a large portion of my practice involves contracts (albeit generally government contracts) and the coverage was relevant to concerns expressed by clients as it relates to contract performance (particularly subcontractors). The staff was knowledgeable and well-spoken.

FB
Felicia B.

Terrific session! Thanks!

LR
lawrence r.

concise an clear

GV
George V.

Very good and obviously topical.

DS
David S.

very clear

JE
Jessica E.

Excellent and timely webinar on force majeure clauses. A bit of a tech issue with sound (some echoing) but not a big deal. I would highly recommend this course.

CB
Catherine B.

Very understandable presentation both in content and presentation. The presenters have excellent verbal skills.

CM
Colby M.

Thank you!

SF
Susan F.

Timely and helpful!

CB
C Robert B.

Very well done.

GA
Gene A.

Perhaps review clauses in leases

MH
Michael H.

Excellent course - great presenters.

DC
David C.

Great presenters. Interesting discussion.

SB
Scott B.

Thank you.

JL
Jack L.

super effort by two exceptional lawyers

SS
sam s.

great course - well done

MM
Michael M.

Excellent timely information.

KC
Karen E. C.

Very topical. Thanks!

RL
Roger L.

Very timely contractual guidance

TT
Tina T.

It will be helpful to circulate the powerpoint for records.

KZ
Kristina Z.

Thanks!

DA
Donald A.

great

AA
Arlen A.

This is an excellent presentation of the issues to consider for force majeure provisions and claims.

JK
Jordana K.

Very informative and detailed.

JB
John B.

Great job! Informative!

MS
Michael S.

Many thanks for this well-done and informative course--

VR
Vicki R.

Timely

SF
Scott F.

Thank you

CA
Claire A.

Relevant information delivered in a clear, easy to follow presentation.

RA
Richard A.

Thank you for a timely program!

CM
Cacilia M.

Thank for adding this great presentation dealing with the cover pandemic. Excellent presentation.

AP
Anne P.

Excellent! The attorneys were well prepared and addressed many issues effortlessly.

EC
elissa c.

Great easy to follow presentation

CM
Christina M.

Really enjoyed the presenters. Great job.

WH
William H.

Great Presentation

SL
Steven L.

The presentation was clear, concise and timely.

HL
Heidi L.

Much better than the usual-a well-done overview of a timely topic

PC
pamela c.

Thank you.

DO
Darien O.

Excellent learning experience of what force majeure actual is and means and new methods with crafting the perfect argument for presenting before the courts.

HN
HEATHER N.

Great objectives to think about when negotiating contracts during the pandemic.

JB
Jay B.

timely course

JZ
Jon Z.

Really excellent and informative CLE. Not boring, not overly technical, just good explanations with practical considerations and solid practice tips.

LE
Licia E.

Great overview of subject matter. Thank you!

KT
Karen T.

Excellent presentation.

DM
David M.

Thanks for offering this course. Very helpful in this environment.

AD
Amanda D.

This was an excellent presentation - one of the best I've seen on the subject....

RK
Richard K.

The faculty did an excellent job of presenting the material. Having been one presenter shortly following 9.11 at an IBA Financial Law Conference in Florence in 2001, I am somewhat knowledgeable and VERY sympathetic. Very well done.

OB
Opal B.

I really enjoyed this course!

MW
Michael W.

Very timely and highly recommended

AM
Amy M.

Very well done and informative. Kept my attention throughout.

PM
Patrick M.

ok

VR
Virginia R.

Very informative Many thanks.

JP
Joy P.

Great course and timely topic. Thank you.

PF
Pauline F.

I thought this course was very well done and timely given the current environment. The presenters were interesting and kept my attention for the full hour. Thank you.

AP
Ariadna P.

Thank you!

JB
Julie B.

Thanks!

JA
Jecca A.

Thanks

CK
Clarence K.

This course was informative and helpful with what is happening now because of COVID 19. I appreciated the lecturers providing contact information and referencing additional information available on their law firm website. One note is that early on there was some static and interference with Mr. Keteltas microphone but it did eventually clear up.

TA
Tony A.

Great web interface

RJ
Rebecca J.

Very well done on a current topic

DK
Deborah K.

Good and timely course!

SK
Steven K.

good presentation on an emerging issue

AP
Andrea P.

Terrific job -- informative, concise, even captivating

SS
Sharon S.

On point and very a current concern.

BM
Brandon M.

Relevant!

MM
Michael M.

Timely

TL
thomas l.

excellent presentation

SB
Stephanie B.

Very good discussion.

JF
Joan F.

Thanks to the presenters!

CC
Craya C.

Very appropriate knowledge base that I can draw my advice for many of my small business clients who are facing contractual obligations that are presently impossible to meet.

KM
Kamran M.

Terrific presentation. Highly recommend.

RA
Randall A.

Excellent!

JR
Jamie R.

One of the most interesting courses and so timely.

LC
Loree C.

Timely and helpful

JR
Jerry R.

Thoughtful, well-organized, and practical. Appreciate the effort.

GB
Gerald B.

Great course

LB
Leigha B.

Very timely and relevant to my work.

MT
Mark T.

great!

HA
Hillary A.

Great info!

AA
Allyson A.

Timely CLE with helpful considerations

CC
Claudia C.

Great, timely information; thank you.

SG
SHAQUAN G.

Thank you for providing this free CLE.

LC
Lawrence C.

Great course, very substantive and practical.

GM
George M.

Well done. Touched on the issues I was most interested in, without throwing in too much for a one hour presentation.

TE
Ted E.

Great program!

AG
Ashly G.

This program was extremely interesting and helpful. Thank you!

BM
Bonnie M.

Very Topical!

DA
Donald A.

A-1

PR
Peter R.

Timely topic.

DP
Debra P.

The speakers were very knowledgeable and engaging. I highly recommend this webinar. Thank you for providing it.

NS
Nancy S.

I already recommended it. Clear, concise and helpful. Thanks!

MR
Matthew R.

Excellent topic and very relevant to time

EO
Edward O.

Excellent presentation-very relevant.

BS
Blanche S.

Both presenters had very good "stage presence." I thought the general practice/strategy tips at end were also valuable.

SJ
susan j.

They were both extremely knowledgeable, and did an excellent job presenting the course.

MB
Marsha S. B.

Excellent speakers with a comprehensive coverage of the materials on an extremely relevant and important topic.

DJ
dana J.

Excellent.

TT
Thomas T.

Excellent presentation

KK
Kathleen K.

THANK YOU!

RK
Robert K.

Great content and format.

AM
Alana M.

Course was good.

SG
Sarah G.

This was one of the best CLEs I have ever taken. Extremely informative. Thank you.

AI
Alicia I.

It was good to have two speakers. I appreciate the part regarding advocacy at the end of the presentation.

LS
Larry S.

Well done and timely.

HG
Howard J. G.

Both speakers were very effective at conveying the nuances of a currently important topic in a way suitable for an attorney not well versed in this area of the law.

JS
Jonathan S.

Good overview and examples.

JO
Janene O.

Relevant and on-point content.

RP
Ralph P.

good timely course.

TC
Thomas C.

Timely content.

PM
Patrick M.

Thank you!

PD
Patricia D.

Very informative and timely.

DS
Dennis S.

Excellent timely presentation suitable for Covid 19 pandemic.

DY
David Y.

Great course and timely subject. Both speakers were effective

CK
Colin K.

Very useful. Thanks for giving us timely CLE content.

SI
Steven I.

Good, timely program

EK
Eileen K.

Excellent instructors

MC
Michael C.

thanks

JW
Jennifer W.

Great course, thank you!

MB
Michael B.

Good

BS
Benjamin S.

Excellent job keeping the presentation practical and aimed at a high-level view.

CS
Catalina S.

Very timely topic!

GR
Gregory R.

Thanks

TC
Tracey C.

Excellent and informative - well done and thank you!

MW
Mark W.

Good course

EB
Eva B.

Both useful and topical.

JS
Jason S.

Great for a general overview.

PC
Peter C.

Good course. Thank you!

BE
Barbara E.

Timely for sure

DL
Dawn L.

very informative and interesting presentation!

KJ
Kristin J.

Great to have such a relevant course!

FP
Ferdinando ("Fred") P.

Very Informative

BT
Byron T.

lecture on force majeure contracts involving state/local government during pandemic.

EB
Ellen B.

Very topical. Good suggestions for drafting any contracts in this time.

MF
maria f.

Excellent

JP
Jim P.

Excellent program

RO
Rebecca O.

Excellent and timely CLE. Very useful analysis and practice tips.

MC
Michael C.

Very relevant and timely.

CG
Charlene G.

Well done.

PH
Peter H.

well done. Thanks.

JB
Jennifer B.

very timely and interesting

RJ
Robert Earl J.

Excellent

JH
John H.

Absolutely recommend this course for anyone who has existing contracts that are now in flux and great advice on seeking solutions in this environment.

PK
Patrick K.

Thank you!

JB
Jonathan B.

This was fantastic. Many thanks.

WK
William K.

The presenters were very knowledgeable and helpful. I found this CLE to be particularly useful given the current situations.

IS
Ingrid S.

Very relevant

JB
Julie A. B.

The COVID-19 virus continues to impact U.S. businesses at an increasing velocity. With workers contracting the virus across the globe and unable to perform their jobs, business owners are met with critical decisions as to shutting down factories and reevaluating their supply chain. Faced with difficult business, health and safety questions related to the spread of the coronavirus, business owners are often required to engage in a careful analysis of whether COVID-19 might trigger the force majeure clause in existing business contracts. This program informs on the enforceability of force majeure clauses, and other contract defenses, to excuse performance impacted by the pandemic.

AM
Alan M.

Good general discussion.

ML
Michael L.

Excellent presentation

MZ
Meggan Z.

Great use of technology to distribute needed information and educate in the midst of a pandemic. Thank you.

RR
Robert R.

Very timely and informative program. Addressed real world problems and discussed potential solutions.

LK
Lisa K.

excellent program!

JH
John H.

thank you

GG
Geoffrey G.

lots of background noise

RR
Robert R.

Very timely and informative.

CW
Casimir W.

Very informative!

PS
Pamela S.

Fantastic, gentlemen. Thanks

EP
Elizabeth P.

great CLE, well done and timely.

JM
Jonathan M.

Excellent. Thorough, timely and informative.

DS
Damaris S.

Great program!

MM
Michael M.

Very timely

FS
Fay S.

thank you. very good course.

LS
Leland S.

Excellent program. Well presented.

AR
Abigail R.

Very timely, and especially now that the effects of an epidemic or pandemic may be viewed, by a court considering the applicability of a force majeure clause, to be foreseeable.

DW
Drew W.

Thank you for the presentation.

HS
Heather S.

thanks so much for this. we are dealing with a lot of contract changes so it is appreciated!

MM
Maria M.

Excellent and timely!

AB
Amanda B.

I really enjoyed the this CLE covered a basic refreshed of an area of contracts I haven't thought about since law school, covered how it is relevant now, and keep things interesting, informational, and honest.

RH
Robin H.

Could not be more timely

EA
Eva A.

Extremely timely

DH
Daniel H.

Excellent course on the force majeure topic. Presenters were very good.

DS
Deborah S.

Very timely and informative.

JK
Jae Hyung K.

The subject was just exactly what I needed at this time.

JS
James S.

Offered truly practical and useful advice.

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