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Holcomb Signs COVID-19 Civil Liability Immunity into Law

USA - February 18 2021 Earlier today, February 18, 2021, Governor Holcomb signed Senate Bill No. 1—a COVID-19 civil immunity bill—into law. The law takes immediate effect…

Tami A. Earnhart, Christina Laun Fugate, Audrey Howard.

Indiana Senate Passes COVID-19 Civil Liability Immunity Bill

USA - February 1 2021 On January 28, 2021, with an approval vote of 40-8, the Indiana State Senate passed Senate Bill No. 1—a COVID-19 civil immunity bill. As noted in our…

Tami A. Earnhart, Christina Laun Fugate, Audrey Howard.

Indiana Senate Considers COVID-19 Civil Liability Immunity

USA - January 12 2021 On January 4, 2021, Indiana State Senators Liz Brown, Eric Koch, and Mark Messmer introduced a COVID-19 civil immunity bill— Senate Bill No. 1—which…

Tami A. Earnhart, Christina Laun Fugate, Audrey Howard.

Seventh Circuit Provides Guidance for Interpreting Ambiguous “Adequate Assurances” Under U.C.C. Section 2-609

USA - January 4 2021 Long-term supply contracts have many advantages for both buyers and sellers. Over the life of the contract, the buyer ensures its supply of goods for…

John David Burke, Nicholas A. Casto.

COVID-19 Litigation Update: Contractual Defenses

USA - October 6 2020 It has been nearly seven months since the COVID-19 pandemic hit our country hard. Early on, many businesses were looking at their contractual…

Christina Laun Fugate, Audrey Howard.