Court Advances COVID Business Interruption Case For Sports Teams Owner (Business Insurance)

Court Advances COVID Business Interruption Case For Sports Teams Owner

Thursday, March 9th, 2023 Litigation Property

A federal district court has refused to entirely dismiss COVID-19 business interruption litigation filed by the owner of several Washington, D.C., professional sports teams, based on its coverage’s communicable disease provisions.

Washington-based Lincoln Holdings LLC, also known as Monumental Sports, filed suit against Factory Mutual seeking COVID-19 business interruption under its all-risks policies, according to Monday’s ruling by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in Lincoln Holdings LLC et al. v. Factory Mutual Insurance Co.


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