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The Status of COVID-related Business Interruption Insurance Claims in California and Elsewhere

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Date Published

January 29, 2021


San Diego County Bar Association


Insurance Law


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Presented by:
The Insurance Law Section of the San Diego County Bar Association 
This program is worth 1.5 General CLE Credit 

Sharon Huerta, Esq., Shareholder, Sullivan Hill
Bridget Moorhead, Esq., Partner, Selman Breitman
Joann Selleck, Esq., Mediator, Selleck Mediation

Don’t miss this expert panel presentation designed for attorneys who represent insurance companies or policyholders with existing or potential business interruption claims, and those who provide advice concerning insurance products and claims.

Key take-ways include:

  • What provisions of property insurance policies are being used by policyholders to attempt to obtain coverage for COVID-related losses and what policy exclusions/limitations may apply.
  • What most property insurance policies require to establish coverage for a business interruption claim and how that pertains to COVID-related business losses.
  • How California state and federal courts have been responding to litigation challenging insurance company denials of COVID-related business interruption claims.
  • Legal issues arising in jurisdictions outside of California in response to COVID-related business interruption claims.
  • Other insurance issues that may arise in connection with COVID-related business losses.

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Joann Selleck, Esq.
Mediator - Selleck Mediation

Ms. Selleck has more than 30 years' experience litigating and advising clients concerning complex civil matters. As a... Read More

Sharon A. Huerta
Shareholder - Sullivan Hill

Sharon A. Huerta is a shareholder with Sullivan Hill and a member of the Construction and Insurance practice group. Ms.... Read More

Bridget A. Moorhead, Esq.
Partner - Selman Breitman, LLP

Bridget Moorhead is a Partner in Selman Breitman’s San Diego office and is a member of the firm’s Insurance, Product... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

The Status of COVID-related Business Interruption Insurance Claims in California and Elsewhere - Video
The Status of COVID-related Business Interruption Insurance Claims in California and Elsewhere - Paper
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2020 Insurance Law Update

Self-Paced Online

Apr 29