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So Far, a Narrow View of the Pandemic as a Force Majeure Event

On July 24, 2020 by Schnader

Jonathan W. Hugg published an article in Corporate Counsel, “So Far, a Narrow View of the Pandemic as a Force Majeure Event.” Hugg is co-chair of Schnader’s Financial Services Litigation Group. Hugg wrote: “Until the COVID-19 pandemic, most lawyers would strain to recall that the force majeure clause was a […]

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Eight Minutes and Forty-Six Seconds: From Sympathy to Empathy

On July 6, 2020 by Schnader

Albert S. Dandridge, III published an article in The Legal Intelligencer, “Eight Minutes and Forty-Six Seconds: From Sympathy to Empathy.” He wrote in part, “Hallmark does not make a card to assuage this pain. Godiva does not make anything to combat this bitter taste. There are no floral arrangements to […]

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Retail Security Policies And The Risk Of Discrimination

On June 24, 2020 by Schnader

Carl J. Schaerf and Gary N. Smith published an “expert analysis” article in Law360, “Retail Security Policies And The Risk Of Discrimination.” Schaerf is chair of Schnader’s Antitrust and Trade Regulation Practice Group, and Smith is Counsel in the firm’s Retail Industry team. They wrote in part: “Whenever companies change […]

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COVID-19, Courts and Recovery Through Alternatives to Bankruptcy

On April 29, 2020 by Schnader

Jonathan W. Hugg published a commentary in The Legal Intelligencer, “COVID-19, Courts and Recovery Through Alternatives to Bankruptcy.” Hugg is co-chair of Schnader’s Financial Services Litigation Group. He wrote in part: The legal aftermath of the epidemic is a threat to our recovery. “Business as usual” will likely prove impossible, […]

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