As a litigator representing banks and other creditors, Dafney Dubuisson Stokes of Wong Fleming in Princeton is on the front lines of a battle with an ever-growing number of defaulting debtors.

Stokes is keeping tabs on the emergence of a novel claim: businesses in default are asking to be excused from debts on the premise that the pandemic was a natural disaster that prevented them from paying.

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