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The Novel Coronavirus and Reinsurance

I have updated my musings on insurance losses arising from the novel coronavirus and the issues that may arise should those losses become cessions to reinsurance contracts in my latest IRMI.com quarterly Reinsurance Commentary.  I hope you find it useful and would welcome comments and feedback.  You can access the Reinsurance Commentary by clicking the … Continue Reading

COVID-19 Insurance-Related Blogs and Articles for March and April 2020

During March and April, the Squire Patton Boggs insurance group has authored several blog posts, alerts and articles on the insurance and reinsurance issues arising from the novel coronavirus pandemic.  These range from regulatory updates, to business interruption coverage analysis, to reinsurance issues.  We thought it might be good to list them here in one … Continue Reading

Whether a Partial or Complete Cessation of Business Is Required for BI Coverage – COVID-19

With the COVID-19 pandemic showing few signs of slowing down in the immediate future, reality is starting to settle in on businesses and governments. As Congress and various state legislatures continue to discuss legislation aimed at remedying the economic damage caused by the pandemic, many businesses are grappling with extensive interruptions to their operations. In … Continue Reading

COVID-19 and Waiting Periods Under Business Interruption Coverage

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, businesses and governments are acting to flatten the curve.  Recently, California, the largest state by population, implemented an extensive quarantine statewide, affecting over 40 million people.  New York and other states and municipalities also have issued similar closure orders.  In this blog post, we continue to examine the issues surrounding … Continue Reading

The Facts Matter in Prospective Coverage Disputes Over COVID-19

There are two main questions in every insurance coverage dispute.  First, what are the actual facts that gave rise to the claim?  Second, what are the actual words contained in the specific insurance policy provisions relevant to the claim?  The facts and words matter because, more often than not, each claim and each policy has … Continue Reading
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