Partners Daniel LeCours and Elliot Hallak will present on Wednesday, October 19, 2022 from 12:00pm – 1:00pm regarding Force Majeure, in partnership with the Albany County Bar Association. A full description of the presentation is below:

The COVID-19 pandemic brought contractual force majeure provisions to the forefront in an unprecedented way. Litigation involving force majeure provisions in this context has led to court decisions that have changed the landscape. Join Daniel R. LeCours, Esq. and Elliot A. Hallak, Esq., as they discuss why it is important for litigation and transactional attorneys to understand the ramifications of these recent rulings.

CLE Credit Information
1.0 Professional Practice CLE credit is being offered from this course. The content of this course is appropriate for BOTH newly appointed and experienced attorneys (transitional/nontransitional). As a member benefit, ACBA members do not pay for livestreamed CLEs offered by this organization. The ACBA maintains a CLE financial hardship policy. In most instances, the ACBA processes CLE credit within 30 days of the program. To receive CLE credit, email these completed forms to at the conclusion of the program. CLE Affirmation Form | CLE Evaluation Form.