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Delaware Supreme Court Doles Out Landmark Choice-of-Law Decision in Dole Food Case

USA - March 11 2021 On March 3, 2021, the Delaware Supreme Court issued a landmark decision holding that Delaware law should be applied in disputes over directors and…

Geoffrey B. Fehling, Michael L. Huggins, Lorelie S. Masters

Commercial Property Insurance Should Help Those Affected by Winter Storms

USA - February 24 2021 Last week, Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana, among other states, were hit with a massive winter storm. Many commercial insureds and homeowners alike…

Syed S. Ahmad, Walter J. Andrews, Andrea DeField, Geoffrey B. Fehling, Lawrence J. Bracken II, Lorelie S. Masters, Patrick M. McDermott, Koorosh Talieh

Oklahoma Court Issues Reasoned Opinion, Adopts Policyholder View on “Physical Loss or Damage” as Only Reasonable One, in Cherokee Nation COVID-19 Coverage Win

USA - February 4 2021 As previously reported, an Oklahoma state court recently granted summary judgment to the Cherokee Nation for its COVID-19 business interruption claim…

Geoffrey B. Fehling, Matt Revis

Ohio Federal Courts Confirm COVID-19 Insurance Coverage, Certify Unsettled Questions to State High Court

USA - January 28 2021 Ohio federal judges recently ruled on two separate COVID-19 coverage cases on the same day. In the first, the court delivered a victory for an Ohio…

Syed S. Ahmad, Walter J. Andrews, Andrea DeField, Geoffrey B. Fehling, Lawrence J. Bracken II, Michael S. Levine, Lorelie S. Masters, Koorosh Talieh

Year in Review: Top Insurance Cases of 2020

USA - January 27 2021 Not surprisingly, COVID-19 business interruption insurance disputes dominated media headlines for most of 2020. Nonetheless, there were a number of…

Syed S. Ahmad, Walter J. Andrews, Andrea DeField, Latosha M. Ellis, Geoffrey B. Fehling, Lawrence J. Bracken II, Michael S. Levine, Lorelie S. Masters, Koorosh Talieh