Three weeks after Katrina, we asked John Foster Esq., CHME, Foster, Jensen & Gulley, LLC, Atlanta, Ga for advice to those with meetings in New Orleans, or anywhere else on the Gulf Coast, in 2006 or 2007. Here's what he told us: “There is a principle in contract law that states that both parties to a contract are entitled to ‘adequate assurances of performance’ if circumstances give either party reasonable insecurity about the other party's ability to perform the terms of the agreement. ...

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