In the most recent update from the BatesCarey COVID-19 team, Adam H. Fleischer and Matthew P. Fortin summarize recent rulings which expose flaws in COVID-19 business interruption claims.
Kristi S. Nolley and Lindsey D. Dean discuss the impact of two recent construction defect coverage decisions.
Patrick Bedell and Allyson Spacht Analyze Insurance Implications for Opioid Public Nuisance Lawsuits in Law360April 2020 | Category: Articles and Presentations
Opioid bellwether lawsuits are asserting claims for public nuisance and conspiracy that push the bounds of tort liability. R. Patrick Bedell and Allyson C. Spacht evaluate whether liability insurance applies to these novel claims.
BatesCarey’s Elise D. Allen examines expected third-party liability COVID-19 claims and how these claims might be treated under pollution provisions in liability coverage.
BatesCarey’s Jonathan A. Cipriani and Abigail E. Rocap discuss the far-reaching impact of COVID-19 on six industries to aid insurers who are currently attempting to assess ultimate exposure.
In the most recent update from the BatesCarey COVID-19 team, Adam H. Fleischer and Michael H. Passman summarize the civil authority provision.
Robert J. Bates, Jr. and Nicholas R. Novak outline the expected business interruption claims and issues arising from the coronavirus pandemic.
BatesCarey’s Adam H. Fleischer and David J. Buishas examine the implications of COVID-19.
BatesCarey’s Jordon S. Steinway will lead a discussion regarding coverage considerations for social service institutions with a casualty claims group.