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WORLD, INTERRUPTED – Business interruption claims have been coming fast and furious against insurers in the months since the pandemic brought just about everything to a screeching halt. And it seems logical, right? After all, COVID-19 is the ultimate business interrupter. But logic and insurance are two very different things, so whether these cases actually have staying power remains debatable. In our latest Law.com Trendspotter column, we’ll look at what recent developments across the country could mean for the future of this white-hot area of litigation.

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