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Connecticut Supreme Court Decision Expands Duty to Defend to Include Legal Uncertainty

USA - November 20 2020 In Nash St., the Connecticut Supreme Court expanded a liability carrier’s duty to defend to apply to situations where the allegations of an…

Jeffrey L. Kingsley, Jason E. Rusche.

D.C. Court Rules No Coverage for COVID-19 Losses Because of Lack of Any “Physical Loss”

USA - August 7 2020 Another court—this time, the Superior Court of the District of Columbia—has ruled that economic losses due to governmental closure orders issued in…

Christian A. Cavallo, Sean P. Hvisdas, Jeffrey L. Kingsley.

Carrier Prevails in First COVID-19 Business Interruption Ruling

USA - July 20 2020 In a first-of-its-kind ruling, a Michigan state trial court recently handed down a decision confirming that direct physical loss is required to…

Jeffrey L. Kingsley, Jason E. Rusche.

New York State Department of Financial Services Issues Emergency Claims-Handling Rules for Claims Resulting from “Riot or Civil Commotion”

USA - June 8 2020 On June 4, 2020, and announced via press release on June 5, 2020, the New York State Superintendent of Financial Services issued an emergency…

Adam R. Durst, Jeffrey L. Kingsley.

Western District of Pennsylvania Remands Restaurant’s COVID-19 Coverage Case Back to State Court

USA - May 21 2020 The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania wasted no time in remanding a Pittsburgh restaurant’s lawsuit seeking coverage for…

Christian A. Cavallo, Jeffrey L. Kingsley, Hillary N. Ladov.