The construction industry in the United States has faced serious economic headwinds in the past several years. An exceptionally tight trade labor market and dramatic increases...
McLane Middleton, Professional Association
The two years before COVID – before quarantine, before wide-spread work from home policies – represented the peak of the leasing market for office space. With a strong economy and high demand...
The Biden Administration announced the rescission of its COVID-19 vaccination requirements for government contractors along with federal employees and certain healthcare workers.
The Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA), representing union performers, and the Joint Policy Committee (JPC), representing advertisers...
Arnold & Porter
Legislative partner Mark Epley and White Collar Defense & Investigations partner Jonathan Green were featured on a recent FOX News Rundown podcast episode.
Foley & Lardner
Over the last two years, the widespread shortages, stoppages, and other disruptions affecting much of the global supply chain have led manufacturers, suppliers, and buyers alike to examine...
Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP
Lori Semlies (Partner-White Plains, NY) and Dan Tranen (Partner-St. Louis, MO) will present a webinar titled "COVID-19-Related Medical Liability and Legal Immunity: An Update" on November 17, 2022.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Here we take a closer look at issues companies are facing more than two years into the pandemic, and how you may help your business avoid some of the bigger minefields.
Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols
The COVID-19 pandemic and related governmental shutdown and travel restriction orders have seriously disrupted the way many commercial enterprises operate.
Arnold & Porter
The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Jan. 31, 2020, public health emergency declaration that followed pushed those of us working in the life sciences and health care...
Lincoln Derr PLLC
As trial lawyers, one of the first questions we get from our clients is, "how long will this take?" This is usually right after the "how much is this going to cost?" question.
Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
Two years into the pandemic, several courts now have had occasion to address the application of force majeure clauses in the COVID-19 context.
Peckar & Abramson PC
Since the tariffs on steel and the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, the construction industry has been reeling from the impact of material shortages and price increases...
Butler Snow LLP
Force majeure, once a standard boilerplate clause included in most contracts without thought, has now become the site of an emerging litigious battleground.
Ever since COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic in March 2020, it would be an understatement to say that the world has changed.
Ellis & Winters
Much like COVID-19 itself, a pandemic of class-action litigation has spread across this nation between two age-old foes: prisons, and their prisoners.
Levine, Blaszak, Block & Boothby
In this part two of the two-part podcast series, Andrew Brown, LB3's Managing Partner and TC2 Chairman, and TC2's Joe Schmidt discuss some of the novel contractual and sourcing issues facing enterprises during the global pandemic caused by COVID-19.
Parsons Behle & Latimer
In March of 2020 at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, force majeure clauses became a hot topic of conversation.
Womble Bond Dickinson
Force majeure is defined in Merriam-Webster Dictionary an "event or effect that cannot be reasonably anticipated or controlled."
Imagine you are a parent paying tuition totaling almost $50,000 a year to send your child to a to a well-regarded, pricey liberal arts college in southern Massachusetts.