Calif. Ad Agency Sues Chubb Unit For COVID-19 Coverage
By Ben Zigterman (July 26, 2021, 6:15 PM EDT) -- A California marketing agency specializing in movie trailers says a Chubb subsidiary should have covered its losses after COVID-19 closed its offices and the theaters it depends on.
In a lawsuit moved to California federal court Friday, Create Advertising Group said the closures delayed its projects, such as marketing for a new Top Gun movie originally scheduled to premiere last summer but now set for release this November.
"Not only did the closure orders halt the production and release of motion picture productions by Create's customers, which Create depends upon, these orders closed movie theaters, on which Create and its customers...
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