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2nd Circuit: New York eatery owed no coverage for virus shutdown

32 No. 30 WJINSC 05By Jason SchosslerWestlaw Journal Insurance Coverage (Approx. 3 pages)

2nd Circuit: New York eatery owed no coverage for virus shutdown

32 No. 30 WJINSC 05By Jason SchosslerWestlaw Journal Insurance Coverage (Approx. 3 pages)

32 No. 30 Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage 05
April 29, 2022
COVID-19
Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage
By Jason Schossler
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2nd Circuit: New York eatery owed no coverage for virus shutdown

BR Restaurant Corp. v. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co.

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A New York restaurant cannot get insurance coverage for lost business income caused by COVID-19 shutdown orders because it failed to allege a "direct physical loss of or damage" to its property, a federal appeals court has ruled.
Opinion:
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