Effects of the coronavirus on commercial contracts in California under “act of God” statutes and force majeure clauses.
One of the first questions in any dispute is the proper forum: will the case be litigated publicly in state or federal court with fulsome discovery, or privately arbitrated with limited discovery....
Far too often, litigation is conducted as if on autopilot: complaint, to motions to dismiss or demurrer, to discovery, to motion for summary judgment, to settlement or trial, to appeal. This flow...
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