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COVID-19 litigation brings few surprises so far

New York Law Journal

United States Publication December 2020

In their Commercial Division Update, Thomas J. Hall and Judith A. Archer write that where COVID-based arguments have been raised, the results are not particularly surprising in light of well-developed New York law, including for the criteria to establish impossibility of performance, frustration of purpose or other contractual excuse.

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