This webinar will cover the topic of force majeure provisions in commercial contracts, with a focus on real estate, the “test” for whether force majeure can be invoked, and steps that parties may take to safeguard their positions in view of the continually evolving situation. This interactive session will include time for your questions and, hopefully, answer the question of whether a tenant can, indeed, stop paying rent.
John M. Riccione, Partner Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP
John M. Riccione is a partner in Taft’s Litigation practice. His practice involves the representation of businesses in a wide array of complex commercial disputes, including commercial and supply-chain transactions, UCC warranties and remedies, real estate, construction claims, trade secrets, computer fraud and abuse, and labor and employment. He is a frequent speaker on the topics of Uniform Commercial Code remedies, contract interpretation as well as other commercial disputes.
Brianna M. Skelly, Partner Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP
Brianna Skelly is a partner in in Taft’s Litigation group, focusing her practice on complex commercial litigation. Brianna represents creditors, businesses and individuals in litigation arising from commercial transactions, employment matters and warranties.