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Originally Published in July, 2020.

In one of the first coronavirus-related court rulings, last week, Michigan Circuit Court Judge, Joyce Draganchuk, ruled in favor of the insurer in a case where the issue was whether or not coverage was owed for restaurants that were closed, or substantially closed, due to COVID-19-related government orders. The case is Gavrilides Management Company v. Michigan Insurance Company. 

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