Lawsuits blaming China for the coronavirus pandemic have hit dead ends so far—principally the Chinese government’s refusal to accept service on immunity grounds.

But as the theory of a leak from a research laboratory in Wuhan has gained new scrutiny, including a renewed U.S. intelligence investigation commissioned by the Biden administration, there may be a nongovernmental defendant that could, theoretically, be haled into a U.S. court.

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