Use Your Contract to Deal with Recurring Problems

Some industries have problems that happen again and again. Construction has a handful of things that go wrong so often that the U.S. Government created some if-then clauses that go into virtually every government-funded construction contract.

Optimizing the Multi-Generational Workforce

Helping Employers Optimize the Multi-Generational Workforce.

Several law firms have provided excellent Continuing Legal Ed programs in response to COVID19. Morgan Lewis https://www.morganlewis.com/ is one of those firms.

How do you Know you Have an Enforceable Online Contract?

Ecommerce is Up. So is Class Action Litigation.

I recently took a continuing legal education program from the global law firm of Morgan, Lewis. https://www.morganlewis.com/

How did Force Majeure Clauses Suddenly Become “Sexy?”

Dusty Boilerplate no Longer.

The Force Majeure (“FM”) clause has long been regarded as one of those boring old boilerplate clauses that rarely get much attention during contract negotiations. I speak from personal experience!

Your Business Interruption Insurance May Not Pay for COVID19 Problems

Many of us have had our businesses interrupted as a consequence of government actions to curtail COVID19.  Many of us also have insurance that purports to cover Business Interruption (“BI”).

How can we Mitigate COVID19 Supply Chain Risk?

A New Tool for Supply Chain Risk Analysis.

COVID19 is causing people in industry and government to take a hard look as the subject of Supply Chain Management Risk.

Construction Project Risk Management – the Sooner, the Better!

I participated in the Idaho State Bar Real Property Section’s annual CLE program last week, and got even more value than I expected. Kudos to the section’s officers and to the ISB CLE staff.