The Court of Special Appeals of Maryland, the state’s intermediate appellate court, fell in line with several recent state and federal appellate court rulings, unanimously upholding a lower court’s decision that a restaurant’s losses resulting from COVID-19 shutdown orders aren’t recoverable under its business interruption insurance policy.

The ruling came just a few weeks after a federal judge asked the Maryland Court of Appeals—the state’s highest court—to weigh in on the issue in a separate case.