The global health emergency caused by COVID-19 has either disrupted or completely interrupted business operations across the United States. The financial impact of government-mandated shutdowns on businesses is substantial. Consequently, insurers are now navigating a wave of claims for losses due to the business interruption of shelter-in-place orders. Proactive policy review and tracking legislative and legal developments are key for insurers navigating the multitude of business interruption claims they are receiving. This course will explore the principal arguments for and against coverage of business interruption claims related to the COVID-19 pandemic, viewed through the lens of Florida’s liberal bad faith liability laws.
Jacey Kaps CIPP/US (Partner) https://www.rumberger.com/people/jkaps/
Miachael L. Forte (Partner) https://www.rumberger.com/people/mforte/