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Check out these contract tips for 2023 from Kimberly A. Pendo, a founding member of Chicago Law Partners and recent speaker at FICP's Annual Conference.
Force majeure clauses just got trickier: Attorney Kimberly Pendo provided some contract tips to help meeting planners manage risk in today’s uncertain COVID-19 environment. Contracts,...
In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, force majeure has taken on added importance and issues related to the pandemic should be included in your contracts.
Moving or canceling your meeting in these times is no simple matter. Industry attorney Jonathan Howe, Esq., offered some words of wisdom.
At "Meetings in the Age of Coronavirus," an all-day virtual conference on Monday, Attorney Jon Howe, Esq., Howe & Hutton, Ltd., focused on the emotions behind the decision to rebook a meeting.
Prevue has compiled the latest news, along with some articles on what you can do as a meeting planner, to help you deal with the coronavirus crisis.
Did the coronavirus make it impossible to hold the world’s largest phone conference thus qualifying as a force majeure situation for event organizers?
“In our case, Zika did not fall under force majeure. We ended up staying with our original resort and moving the meeting to September, which is the end of winter there."