Plaintiff’s COVID-Related Contract Claim Falters Despite Force Majeure Provision

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Court Case Digests
June 5, 2020
7382 Security Systems Services
561621 Security Systems Services (except Locksmiths)
economic damages & lost profits
damages, breach of contract, liability, COVID-19, Force majeure

NetOne, Inc. v. Panache Destination Management
2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 99089
US
Federal Court
Federal
United States District Court (D. Hawaii)
N/A
Watson

Summary

Court says plaintiff fails to show defendant breached contract in COVID-19-related damages case; plaintiff’s invocation of force majeure clause is futile where clause is silent as to whether plaintiff has a right to full deposit after termination of contract due to imposed travel restrictions.

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NetOne, Inc. v. Panache Destination Management

Court says plaintiff fails to show defendant breached contract in COVID-19-related damages case; plaintiff’s invocation of force majeure clause is futile where clause is silent as to whether plaintiff has a right to full deposit after termination of contract due to imposed travel restrictions.