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After being targeted for looting amid nationwide protests against police brutality, marijuana dispensaries soon will be grappling with insurance coverage challenges unique to an industry that is illegal under federal law.
The Texas Supreme Court on Friday agreed to decide whether a State Farm Lloyds policyholder can pursue damages for delay under a state statute after appraisers concluded the insurer owed thousands of dollars more on his home damage claim than it had initially paid.
The Iowa Supreme Court on Friday sent a coverage suit over the death of an employee of Adventureland Amusement Park back to the state district court, saying the lower court was wrong to rule that a gross negligence pleading forecloses coverage for an "accident."
In this edition of Coronavirus Q&A, King & Spalding LLP's national health team leader discusses how health care providers are struggling to resume normal operations, what the pandemic means for M&A, and why COVID-19 will spark a litigation firestorm involving insurance reimbursement, workplace safety, patient deaths and the False Claims Act.
The Massachusetts Appeals Court on Friday revived Whitecap International Seafood Exporters' suit against broker Eastern Insurance Group for its failure to procure a warehouse liability policy that allegedly left the seafood seller uninsured for its loss of a large shipment of snow crab.