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Entertainment giant Live Nation has urged a California federal judge to allow its COVID-19 business interruption suit against Factory Mutual Insurance Co. to proceed, arguing that its communicable disease coverage policy is a "different story" from typical property insurance.
Cigna can't shut down a disability bias suit lodged by a former insurance worker who alleged she was fired as punishment for taking emergency medical leave, a Pennsylvania federal judge held.
The Boy Scouts of America have doubled down just ahead of a crucial Chapter 11 disclosure hearing on warnings that their preferred Delaware bankruptcy reorganization plan offers the only alternative to protracted sexual abuse claim litigation, local council bankruptcies and sinking memberships in some regions.
A Georgia dental practice is asking the Eleventh Circuit to revive its COVID-19 coverage suit against Cincinnati Insurance Co., saying a lower court misinterpreted the meaning of physical loss in its policy with the insurer.
The settlement of a suit over the lead singer of Soundgarden's death and the passage of legislation giving Missouri businesses a coronavirus liability shield lead Law360's Tort Report, which compiles recent personal injury and medical malpractice news that may have flown under the radar.