Gary S. Koppele, CPA, ARMICA Risk Management Consultants, Mahwah
Sherilyn Pastor, Esq.McCarter & English, LLP, Newark
Katherine E. Tammaro, Esq.Wilson Elser, Florham Park
Coronavirus has become a pandemic, disrupting businesses and everyday life. Supply chains are disrupted and businesses have closed. Hotels without visitors, restaurants without diners, movie theaters without patrons, and small business owners who question how long they can keep the lights on, have all been impacted by the virus. Business owners with business interruption insurance should now look to their insurance policies for help in mitigating their losses as a result of COVID-19. A knowledge of New Jersey business interruption law is essential for every attorney advising a client in these perilous items.
This luncheon webinar has joined together NJ insurance law experts who will look at concerns raised for both the insured and the insurer.
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