The question of whether business interruption insurance covers lost landlord and tenant income during the coronavirus pandemic is spiraling into a nationwide insurance and legal debate. Now state governments are getting in the mix. Goodwin’s Cecelia Lockner, a counsel in the firm’s Litigation practice, analyzed the bills from each state pushing for coverage, and while many are similar in nature, some still leave enough room for virus exclusions to apply, while other proposed states like Massachusetts suggest exclusions for viruses should not be enforced at all. Read the article in Bisnow here.
In The Press April 22, 2020