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Will 1st Anniversary of COVID-19 Shutdowns Spur New Wave of COVID Lawsuits?

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The upcoming anniversary of COVID-19 shutdown orders may reveal whether a significant number of policyholders have been waiting on the sidelines before suing their insurers for business-interruption losses.

3 Insurance Appeals To Watch At State High Courts In March

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Law360 (February 26, 2021, 2:28 PM EST) -- Key insurance issues are on the menu for three state high courts in March, with the Illinois Supreme Court slated to consider whether biometric privacy suits trigger liability insurance, the Indiana high court set to weigh the NCAA's $25 million antitrust coverage battle and Ohio's justices poised to mull coverage for faulty product parts.Supreme Court.

Craig Wright Demands Bitcoin Developers Give Him Access to Stolen Mt. Gox Coins


Craig Wright claims someone “stole” 110k BTC from him from wallets connected to the Mt. Gox hack. He wants Bitcoin developers to get them back.

Insurer Wins Case Filed by New Orleans Restaurant that Filed Early COVID Claim

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A New Orleans judge denied a motion for declaratory judgment that insurance coverage is owed to a restaurant for business income that was lost when it was required to close its dining room because of the COVID-19 pandemic.