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Apr 2020
April 30, 2020
Webinar: Insurance Coverage for Emerging COVID-19 Claims Against Businesses

Webinar | Hosted By: Warner

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Warner attorneys Jason Byrne, Kristina Araya and Carly Zagaroli presented a webinar addressing insurance coverage for COVID-19 claims. As discussed in Warner’s Coronavirus Litigation Trends webinar, we have begun to see a wave of new and unique lawsuits brought against businesses in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. A related, and vitally important, question is: Will these new claims be covered by a business’s existing suite of liability insurance coverage or will they be left to defend these claims alone? Jason, Kristina and Carly, members of Warner’s Insurance Practice Group, addressed coverage issues presented in claims brought by employees, the public (i.e. consumers) and other business-related claims. We provided a roadmap to help you navigate these claims on the intersection of workers’ compensation and employer liability insurance, general liability insurance, D&O/E&O, cyber insurance and more.


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