The coronavirus pandemic should hasten adoption of more specific force majeure clauses in construction contracts, Larry Cook writes. Such clauses should result in an equitable adjustment to the contract price and prevent or forgive assessment of damages, he writes.
Commentary: Force majeure clauses need to be specific
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