"No Mask, No Service – Evolving COVID-19 Orders May Support Insurance Coverage for Retailers’ Losses," by Yaniel Abreu, Syed S. Ahmad and Sergio F. Oehninger

[Editor's note: Yaniel Abreu handles insurance coverage disputes involving directors and officers, errors and omissions, cyber and commercial liability policies. Syed S. Ahmad represents clients in connection with insurance coverage, reinsurance matters and other business litigation. Sergio F. Oehninger represents companies in complex insurance coverage and bad faith disputes nationally and internationally. This article appeared first on Hunton Andrews Kurth's website here]

Many recent government orders require “nonessential” businesses to close due to COVID-19, resulting in massive financial losses for many retail businesses. The orders also change how “essential” retailers do business. For instance, Miami-Dade County’s mayor …

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