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Hurwitz & Fine has been tracking legislative initiatives and the dozens of lawsuits that have already been filed by policyholders seeking Business Interruption coverage.
Attorneys Dan D. Kohane and Lee S. Siegel, Members of Hurwitz & Fine's Insurance Coverage team, were featured in the April 18, 2020 Buffalo Business First article, "Fine print on policies has businesses, insurers and legislators in a quarrel."
The attorneys were featured in NYIA's First Quarter 2020 edition of Your NY Connection magazine for their article "Judicial Oversights?"
Critique of Assembly Bill A.10226 – The COVID-19 “Business Interruption Bill” – The Cure is Worse than the Solution
The Hurwitz & Fine, P.C. coverage team offers a critique of both the thinking behind this legislation and the bill itself, section by section.
In a long-awaited decision, the Connecticut Supreme Court found that insurers do not have to pay to repair homeowners’ crumbling concrete foundations, absent an imminent danger of collapse.
Attorney Dan Kohane is quoted in this week's The Wall Street Journal on the Child Victims Act and the impact on insurance coverage.