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A series of lawsuits in 2020 related to COVID-19’s effect on purchase or merger agreements have raised key questions about whether the pandemic caused a Material Adverse Effect (MAE) that excused buyers’ obligation to close, and whether targets breached ordinary course covenants in their pandemic responses.

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