Companies looking to cancel transactions may fall to a force majeure clause. LPHS partner Josh Sandler talked to Law360 about force majeure clauses in M&A deals and what attorneys should think about. “The best advice is to give the other party reasonable notice if you’re invoking force majeure, and to show that you have acted reasonably, including by trying to mitigate damages,” Sandler said. “Courts like to see people acting reasonably, and you should document your mitigation efforts so you can show at every stage you did try and prevent the damages.”
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