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Tag Archives: Pandemic

COVID closures not covered by policy (access required)

An insurance company’s motion for summary judgment was granted after a federal judge ruled that the insurance policy as written did not cover losses related to closures caused by COVID-19 orders. The plaintiffs sought nearly $11.5 million in “business interruption ...

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Policy’s virus exclusion bars COVID coverage (access required)

An insurer’s virus exclusion barred a beauty salon’s claims for business losses related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The salon sought coverage under its business loss policy for losses suffered when it closed because of COVID-19 orders. But Judge Robert E. ...

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Off the hook: Contractual performance excused due to COVID (access required)

As businesses have suffered and shuttered over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, countless contractual obligations have gone by the wayside. In ensuing litigation, many businesses have sought to escape or limit their liability for contractual nonperformance, citing various considerations ...

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So how do we work together now? Reimagine workplace collaboration (access required)

There’s been a buzz about post-pandemic work environments – establishing hybrid work models, using new collaboration tools, and finding ways to engage and connect that build a meaningful and satisfying organizational culture. While reading a recent article – “A Once-in-a-Lifetime ...

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