N.Y. Strip Club Says COVID-19, Closure Orders Triggered Coverage



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  • Complaint


NEW YORK — The owners of a Long Island, N.Y., strip club has sued their insurers for coverage of business interruption losses they incurred when they were forced to temporarily suspend operations in compliance with government COVID-19-related shutdown orders.

In an Oct. 1 class action complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, 2 Group Inc. and 42-50 21st Realty LLC say the virus and orders triggered coverage under the policy, issued by United National Insurance Co. and Global Indemnity Group Inc.

Plaintiff owns Show Palace, which shut down in mid-March pursuant to …






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