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Business Interruption Insurance Update

As the world continues to grapple with the public health ramifications of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, a key dispute with significant economic consequences has developed between businesses and their insurance providers. Namely, are the losses sustained over the last several months covered, in whole or in part, by their business interruption insurance policies? Because most […]

Coronavirus/Force Majeure Litigation Update

Since our last COVID-19 update in May, thousands of additional coronavirus-related lawsuits have been filed throughout the United States. They continue to run the gamut, ranging from insurance coverage claims to contract disputes centered on force majeure provisions. There has, however, been a marked increase in the proportion of employment-related COVID-19 claims, although no cases […]

Website Accessibility By Disabled Persons

The Americans With Disabilities Act (“ADA”) protects the rights of disabled persons to equal access to public accommodations and facilities. When the ADA was enacted in 1990, commercial websites did not exist. Now, of course, websites are an important, even vital, method of marketing products and services, and courts throughout the nation are wrestling with […]

“Irresistible Superhuman Cause”

Contractual Rights and Obligations in the Time of the Coronavirus Pandemic (For the full blog with citations please click here) As of this writing in early April 2020, we are witnessing a deepening global health and economic crisis.  We are all focused on our loved ones and groceries and the latest news.  But this too […]