A force majeure clause in a contract permits the suspension, or in some cases, the termination, of performance by a party to the contract upon the occurrence of a force majeure event. Traditionally, a force majeure event is a matter outside of the control of the obligated party that makes it impossible or impracticable for
Todd Friedman practices business law, focusing on advising entrepreneurial, emerging, growing and established companies with respect to business formation and structuring, commercial contracting, debt and equity financing, mergers and acquisitions, and real property matters. He has represented clients in industries including: food and agribusiness; wine, beer and spirits; restaurant and hospitality; technology; branded consumer products; and creative services. Todd is co-chair of the firm's Beverage and Hospitality initiative.
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