Tag Archives: COVID-19

When the “Lights Go Out on Broadway” Will the Lights on Tribal Slot Machines be Next? What Do State COVID-19 Emergency Actions Mean for Tribal Gaming Operations?

President Trump has declared a national emergency as a result of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and more than 30 States have made emergency declarations in response to COVID-19. Governors of the States of California, Washington, Oregon and New York have issued executive orders or proclamations prohibiting “large gatherings,” which in California, Washington and Oregon … Continue Reading

Force Majeure Clauses and COVID-19 – Can Force Majeure Clauses Excuse Performance Under New York or Delaware Law in a Pandemic?

With the World Health Organization declaring COVID-19 a pandemic on Wednesday, March 11, 2020, businesses are likely to continue to feel its effects.  When businesses are unable to perform their contractual obligations as a result of COVID-19, force majeure clauses may become important.… Continue Reading

Dealing with the Financial Impact of the Coronavirus

With the continuing spread of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (“COVID-19” or “coronavirus”), hospitality service providers are facing a number of issues that have already exacted a heavy financial toll. With consumers staying home and employers limiting travel, there is currently significant pressure on revenues and operating margins. Regardless of the ultimate health impact of this … Continue Reading
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