Tag: COVID-19


Do's and Don'ts of Intercepting Emails, Taping Conversations and Recording Public Spaces

Capturing data happens more often than you might think across our everyday lives, from a company monitoring its employees’ emails to security footage filming you in a retail shop.  Whether you are an employer, employee, or store patron, here’s what you need to know before peeking into someone else’s inbox or recording in public spaces. […]

UPDATE: COVID-19 and What Your Company Must Know Relating to Business Interruption Claims

3 key points: (1) many business interruption insurance claims policies have exceptions for communicable diseases, viruses, bacteria or fungi—this is the first place to look to determine whether you are covered; (2) insurers are denying coronavirus-related claims from small businesses even if they do not have those exceptions in their policies—despite this, insureds can still […]

What Your Company Needs to Know Relating to COVID-19 Force Majeure and Business Interruption Claims

The global economy and businesses’ ability to operate have been disrupted due to the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19). Companies should expect to see a surge in disputes over whether force majeure clauses and business interruption insurance applies to COVID-19.[1] Force majeure clauses are contract provisions that excuse a party’s nonperformance when “acts of God” (typically natural disasters […]
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