With all the hand-wringing over contract litigation and negotiation surrounding force majeure clauses, some in-house counsel might have lost sight of the importance of maintaining business relationships during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

In a blog post titled “You Don’t Always Win by Being Right All the Time,” Rich Gorelick, president of consultancy firm General Counsel Strategies, warned about the dangers of taking a win-at-all-costs approach to coronavirus-related legal issues, particularly when it comes to the enforceability of contracts. 

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