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It goes without saying that many businesses have been devastated by the impact of the shelter-in-place orders imposed after the COVID-19 pandemic began. Yet every judge presiding over a business
Continue Reading The Southern District of New York, Like the Majority of Courts Considering the Issue, Finds No Business Interruption Coverage for COVID-19 Pandemic Losses

An Insurer’s Failure to Investigate an Accident and Decline Coverage Based Upon a Policy Exclusion Renders the Subsequent Disclaimer of a Claim Untimely as a Matter of Law

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Continue Reading Late and Out of Luck: An Insurer’s Failure to Investigate an Accident and Decline Coverage Based Upon a Policy Exclusion Renders the Subsequent Disclaimer of a Claim Untimely as a Matter of Law

With the unprecedented COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic devastating cities and states throughout the United States (and the world), and all but bringing the U.S. economy to a screeching halt, business owners
Continue Reading Is the Business Interruption Caused by COVID-19 Covered Under Business Owners’ Property Insurance Policies?

As discussed in my previous blog post, thousands of New York attorneys attended the Annual Meeting of the New York Bar Association’s Commercial and Federal Litigation (ComFed) Section, where we
Continue Reading How the Fourth Industrial Revolution is Shaping Conversations Amongst New York Commercial and Federal Litigators: Part II

Recently thousands of New York attorneys met in New York City to attend the Annual Meeting of the Commercial and Federal Section (ComFed) of the New York State Bar Association.
Continue Reading How the Fourth Industrial Revolution is Shaping Conversations Amongst New York Commercial and Federal Litigators: Part I