Tag: COVID-19

Bucking Trend, Courts Find Potential Coverage for COVID-Related Business Interruption Loss

Since June 2022, policyholders have grown cautiously optimistic as two state appellate courts have ruled in favor of policyholders seeking coverage for business interruption loss stemming from COVID-19. As has been well documented since the pandemic began, courts have largely declined to find coverage for such loss, often based on […]

FCA BI insurance test case: case management conference on 26 June highlights the difficulties in determining the issues and raises the prospect of a second trial

On 26 June, there was a further case management conference (CMC) in the FCA’s COVID-19 BI insurance test case. The CMC was before Lord Justice Flaux and Mr Justice Butcher. These two judges will sit together to hear the trial. The court dealt with a number of issues regarding the […]

FCA BI Insurance Test Cases: Case Management Conference Highlights the Challenges Facing the Court and the Parties

A case management conference (CMC) before Mr Justice Butcher was held on 16 June to deal with a number of procedural matters in relation to the future conduct of the Financial Conduct Authority’s COVID-19 business interruption insurance test case.