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As the coronavirus continues to disrupt business — and as businesses struggle to satisfy contracts — the applicability of force majeure clauses is becoming a critical legal issue.
Last chair came early this ski season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For skiers and riders on the Epic Pass, the shortened season has an added letdown: not receiving a pass refund. According to the class action lawsuit filed by Milberg Phillips Grossman, this is unfair—and unlawful.
The next stop on the Isaiah Austin comeback tour will be in Puerto Rico, where the former Baylor big man has agreed to play for the Guaynabo Mets of the Baloncesto Superior Nacional (BSN).
A class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of Purdue University students who were forced to leave campus and take online courses due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Technology is the most disruptive force in the business world today. It transforms everything that it touches, creating new opportunities while at the same time threatening incumbents and late-adopters.
Executives set the tone for the entire company. Their values trickle down and play an outsized role in the organization’s success or failure.
Lawyers have long been saddled with the reputation of being resistant to change, trapped and suffocated by old business models. Is the legal industry inherently different from those that have embraced technology and rapidly evolved as a result?
Juries in three cases have found that Monsanto’s weedkiller Roundup causes cancer, most recently resulting in a $2 billion verdict. And based on the argument used in that case, the safety of glyphosate—Roundup’s key ingredient—may not be the key issue moving forward.
If you thought the Takata airbag recall was over, think again. What the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA) calls “the largest and most complex safety recall in U.S. history” is ongoing, nearly five years after it was first announced.
Paying an accounting professional can have benefits that far outweigh the added costs—but what happens if your accountant makes a mistake? If your accountant made a costly error and is unwilling to set things right, you should understand your legal rights and options.
Pharmaceutical companies approach new drugs with one question in mind: How do we make $1 billion? A compound’s path from initial approval to blockbuster drug typically follows these eleven steps.
Hacking of real estate transactions increased more than 50-fold last year. Learn how to protect yourself.
Bayer and Monsanto are trying to sell their proposed merger as being in the public interest, but the evidence simply doesn't support this claim. Here's why.