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Miller Barondess Client Alert: Equitable Doctrines of Contract Performance in a Pandemic

Miller Barondess Client Alert: Equitable Doctrines of Contract Performance in a Pandemic

As of this writing, nearly a third of the world’s population is locked down in an effort to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus.  Countless commercial arrangements have already been disrupted by the pandemic.  Businesses should examine whether equitable doctrines of contract law may excuse performance under certain contracts. Impossibility & Impracticability Contract law […]

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Miller Barondess Client Alert: Force Majeure in a Pandemic

Miller Barondess Client Alert: Force Majeure in a Pandemic

The world is rapidly adjusting to the “new normal” in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.  As of this writing, nearly a third of the world’s population is locked down in an effort to combat the spread of the virus.  As the dust settles, countless commercial arrangements are sure to be disrupted.  Here, we examine […]

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Miller Barondess Client Alert:  Insurance Coverage in a Pandemic

Miller Barondess Client Alert: Insurance Coverage in a Pandemic

As the world rapidly adjusts to the “new normal” in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses have been left to figure out the best next steps.  As of this writing, current cases have surpassed 700,000 globally.  In the United States, stock markets have been throttled, widespread closures are affecting businesses, events have been […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Miller Barondess Files Lawsuit on Behalf of Key Members of Iconic Rock Band Journey—Neal Schon and Jon Cain—Against Dissident Band Members

Case:  Neal J. Schon, et al. v. Ross L. Valory, et al. Superior Court of the State of California, County of Contra Costa, Case No. MSC20-00407 Press Release:  March 03, 2020 06:23 PM Pacific Standard Time LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Neal Schon and Jon Cain, the remaining principal members of Journey, filed a lawsuit today to ensure that the […]

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Amnon Siegel Quoted by SFV Business Journal in Lawsuit Against Nissan

Amnon Siegel Quoted by SFV Business Journal in Lawsuit Against Nissan

By Andrew Foerch, San Fernando Valley Business Journal – February 3-16, 2020 – The international intrigue surrounding former Nissan Motor Co. chief executive Carlos Ghosn has found its way to the San Fernando Valley. A now-defunct local automotive franchisee is embroiled in a legal dispute with the Japanese car company, which it accuses of strong-arming […]

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Miller Barondess Sues Clothing Label Zara for Infringement as Covered by Law360

Miller Barondess Sues Clothing Label Zara for Infringement as Covered by Law360

By Lauren Berg, Law360 – January 23, 2020 – Clothing retailer Zara USA, Inc. has “blatantly and unlawfully” copied the design of Atelier Luxury Group LLC’s Amiri MX2 “combination skinny biker” jeans, according to a trademark infringement lawsuit filed in California federal court that accuses Zara of piggybacking off Amiri’s success. Fashion label Amiri is […]

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