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Category Archives: Litigation

OlenderFeldman Secures Vital Decision in Favor of Policyholders Seeking COVID-19 Business Interruption Coverage

While questions remain as to how Courts will ultimately rule on whether business interruption claims may provide recovery under an insurance policy, a recent decision is an important win to plaintiff-policyholders seeking to clear the initial pleading hurdle in their litigations against insurers who have denied their claims. Countless businesses nationwide purchased business interruption insurance…
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DECISION OF NOTE: United States Supreme Court Rules Willful Infringement Not Required To Award Profits In Trademark Infringement Litigation Under 15 U.S.C. §1125(a).

United States Supreme Court Rules Willful Infringement Not Required To Award Profits In Trademark Infringement Litigation Under 15 U.S.C. §1125(a). United States Supreme Court rules that 15 U.S.C. §1125(a) does not require a finding willful infringement in order to warrant an award of infringer’s profits. Decision will likely have far reaching effects on trademark enforcement…
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Making the Case for Insurance Coverage for COVID-19 Business Losses

Many of our clients have recently asked whether they should bring claims against their insurance carriers in order to recover business losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.   Faced with pronouncements by their insurance carriers that they do not plan on covering coronavirus-related losses, these businesses are left wondering whether legal action is the correct course. …
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The Art of the Restart

The Art of the Restart This is the first in a series of alerts that will provide guidance on various topics related to business continuity and strategy. Topic of this alert:       Financial planning – managing the creditor and debtor relationship Managing the Creditor and Debtor Relationship Managing the pre-opening period as well as the period…
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