Please join us for a timely update of new statutory and regulatory developments for retailers, landlords and cultivators involved in cannabis and hemp businesses. The program is co-sponsored by the Santa Clara County Bar Association and the International Cannabis Bar Association. You may register at the following link:  https://buff.ly/33HTXYh

An expert panel of leading

The Restatement 2d of Contracts, adopted in 1981, added concepts of temporary and partial impracticability and also restitution or reliance damages to ameliorate loss.  While traditional application of such doctrines would lead to a finding that the contract automatically terminates, other cases state that if the frustration or impracticability is only temporary, then so is

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative effect on contracts and commercial  leases, preventing or slowing performance and upending the expectations of contracting parties. In many cases both parties have suffered losses. There are many pathways to settlement in these matters which can be resolved by applying principles in the doctrines of force majeure, impossibility

Please join us for the upcoming Santa Clara County Bar Association Zoom seminar on COVID-19 and Its Impact on Enforcement or Excuse of Contract Performance in Commercial Contracts, Construction Projects, Real Estate Development Projects and Financial Transactions on June 30, 2020 from 12-1 pm. As Co-Chair of the SCCBA Real Property and Business Law Section,