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Courthouses and Statehouses Consider Pandemic Coverage Claims

May 27 2020
In early 2020, even as the COVID-19 virus spread beyond China and took root on the North American continent, industry analysts confidently predicted that U.S. property insurers would largely escape the pernicious effects of this pandemic in light of their policies’ "direct physical loss" requirements as well as virus exclusions that were adopted in the aftermath of the 2003 SARS pandemic.

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Implications of the New Jersey Licensed Server Liability Act

May 13 2020
The New Jersey Licensed Server Liability Act specifically states that a server shall be deemed to have been negligent only when the server served a visibly intoxicated patron or served a minor under circumstances where the server knew, or reasonably should have known, that the person was a minor.

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COVID-19: Anticipated Spike in Low-Tiered Insurance Fraud Scams

Apr 24 2020
While it is perhaps too early to determine the amount of insurance fraud that may be initiated by the current economic crisis, with unemployment skyrocketing and businesses shuttering, we will certainly see a spike in low-tiered insurance fraud scams that in the aggregate will be very substantial.

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