June 24, 2020 – DHC’s Partner William Mack, an experienced commercial litigation attorney, discussed the “frustration of purpose” doctrine in contract law with the Commercial Observer. Mack noted that the common law allows parties to contract to seek to modify or void the contract’s terms when an unforeseen event – such as a global pandemic – undermines the reason it was signed in the first place.
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