The effects of COVID-19 on litigation in Europe came early, with lawsuits over health and safety, insurance coverage, employment issues and business interruption cropping up almost immediately after the continent imposed restrictions to cope with the new coronavirus. 

Those issues, and more, are likely to drive litigation well after the health crisis has been contained, Europe-based litigation partners told Law.com International. Some of the main disputes on Continental Europe are setting off in France, Germany and the Netherlands. 

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