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Hear the tale of a seemingly “nothing burger” case that could potentially send shockwaves of litigation against insurance companies even before it gets to trial. Paul White from Wilson Elser explains the impact of a pre-trial motion that may or may not open a floodgate of new cases filed against insurance companies during COVID-19.

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Published: September 14, 2020
Podcast: Legal Talk Today
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Legal Talk Today

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