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Court Rules That Covid Triggers Business Interruption Insurance

A federal judge has ruled that COVID-19 constitutes a “physical loss or damage” to property, and thus can trigger coverage under commercial property policies. The case, Studio 417 v. The Cincinnati Insurance Co., concerned a group of business in Kansas City, Missouri who had filed suit against their insurer for a denial of coverage for …

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Racial & Ethnic Employment Harassment

An employer should never discriminate against an employee based on his or her race or ethnicity. The federal government enacted Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to protect employees from employment discrimination based on race. Many states have their own laws against racial discrimination in the workplace. The California Fair Employment and …

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