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
Guy Thompson is an attorney in the firm's Environment, Land Use & Natural Resources practice group. He advises his clients on insurance coverage and insurance procurement.
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