General Counsel's Guide to: Business Interruption Insurance
Focus on the Essentials - A CLE Series
October 7, 2020
Litigation partners Raquel M. Fernandez and Mitchell Widom, and litigation attorney, Benjamin Mitchel, lead a discussion around business interruption insurance and answer the top questions asked by General Counsel.
- How do I preserve and document a claim for business interruption damages under my insurance policy?
- What kinds of policies/claims are available for business interruption claims due to COVID-19?
- What is my likelihood of success and what are the Courts doing with the "direct physical loss or damage" requirement and potential exclusions?
- Will proposed State/Federal Legislation affect BI Claims?
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