'Are COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims Appropriate for a Coverage Class Action?'




[Editor's note: Aaron S. Weiss, a Carlton Fields shareholder, maintains a national litigation practice focused on telecommunications law, class actions and consumer claims. His cases often involve all of these areas of law. He also frequently counsels insurance companies on complex coverage issues relating to class actions and other aggregated litigation. This article first appeared on Carlton Fields' website, https://propertycasualtyfocus.com/are-covid-19-business-interruption-claims-appropriate-for-a-coverage-class-action/.]

Over the last few weeks, a tsunami of lawsuits has been filed in many states alleging a variety of issues related to the global COVID-19 pandemic. The lawsuits have targeted a variety of industries, such as banking and …

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