Hurricanes serve as a good reminder of why force majeure clauses matter. Disasters occur regularly, whether natural or directly human-caused events like terrorist acts or war. Many agreements include language describing what happens to contractual obligations if a disaster or other unexpected event outside of the parties' control occurs. These provisions are known as force majeure clauses. They rarely come up, but when they do, they really matter. In our latest white paper, we show you how you can leverage AI to quickly locate force majeure clauses over a large set of agreements in a matter of minutes!