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Court Finds That Insurer’s Duty to Defend is Not Cut Off by Judicial Admission by Insured

USA - February 5 2020 An insured’s admission in an answer to a declaratory judgment complaint dispositive of coverage was not considered by the Middle District of…

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, David L. Brown, Jeffrey L. Kingsley.

South Carolina, Pennsylvania Propose Mandating Coverage While New York and New Jersey Expand Existing and Proposed Policyholder Protections

USA - April 15 2020 While numerous states have considered legislation that would require insurance coverage for business losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic (including…

Adam R. Durst, David L. Brown, Jeffrey L. Kingsley, Michael E. Longo.

Louisiana Considers Coronavirus Legislation on Business Loss Coverage, New Requirements on Future Policies and Exclusions, and Bad Faith Immunity

USA - April 3 2020 Louisiana is home to the first coverage lawsuit filed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Now, Louisiana joined the increasing number of states…

Christian A. Cavallo, David L. Brown, Jeffrey L. Kingsley.

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Declines to Exercise Jurisdiction Over All COVID-19 Insurance Litigation in Pennsylvania

USA - May 15 2020 Last month, a Pittsburgh-based restaurant asked the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, the Commonwealth’s highest state court, to exercise jurisdiction over…

Christian A. Cavallo, David L. Brown, Jeffrey L. Kingsley, Jonathan L. Schwartz.