Late last year, many organizations sought to terminate contracts in Arizona because of concerns over that state’s immigration law. While well-intentioned, these terminations frequently resulted in litigation and financial settlements. Why? A lack of a contractual provision permitting termination for reasons other than a force majeure occurrence—an event that made performance “illegal or impossible,” as specified in the contract. Here are a few other examples of terminations that don’t fall ...

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