The global COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic immediately brought to light complex legal questions some predict could take years to answer. As the number of individuals and businesses impacted by Coronavirus continues to rise, so do disputes over compensation for losses related to the outbreak. This resource is an online newsfeed covering the novel legal developments COVID-19 leaves in its wake — from coverage of claims for business interruption, the applicability of exclusions, D&O and E&O claims, workers’ compensation and more.
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Virus Exclusion Bars COVID-19 Coverage for N.C. Restaurants, Federal Judge Rules
Philly Salon Owner Loses Bid for COVID-19 Business Interruption Coverage
TSA Worker Sues Federal Government for COVID-19 Hazard Pay
Iowa Taverns Not Covered for COVID-19 Business Losses, Federal Judge Rules
Mattress Chain’s COVID-19 Coverage Action Dismissed Without Prejudice
4-Star Restaurant’s COVID-19 Coverage Action Remanded to N.J. State Court