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Part 2: Interpreting force majeure clauses under Missouri law and applying them to the COVID-19 pandemic

Given the common law or statutory doctrines of commercial impracticability and frustration, parties typically address the risk of supervening events by including a force majeure or other “escape clause” in their contract. Because these clauses are enforceable under Missouri law, the place to start is the contract itself.

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