By Brian S. Kabateck The COVID-19 pandemic forced many businesses across the nation to close due to state-mandated orders, completely changing the way they handled business. And just as they were beginning to reopen, riots and looting following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis left many businesses dealing with
XPX New England | Exit Planning Exchange | Kabateck LLP & TBHR Bus. Int. Webinar WHY YOUR BUSINESS INSURANCE POLICY COULD COVER COVID SHUTDOWNS Program produced by XPX New England Business Interruption Insurance and COVID-19: In this program you’ll learn: If a business was closed by government order, its losses
Brian Kabateck, Michael Childress, and Shant Karnikian discuss dissecting insurance policies to determine coverage, and what avenues may be available for recovery. They will specifically discuss the possibility of coverage for damage caused in the wake of civil unrest.
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by Brian S. Kabateck States are slowly beginning to take steps to reopen their economies, allowing retail stores, parks, hair salons, and restaurants with curbside pickup to reopen, under tightly controlled conditions. Analysts say that businesses and their customers, through their actions, will decide when the economy opens up again.
Brian and Shant discuss business interruption insurance with Michael Childress, Of Counsel at Kabateck LLP. With all the closures, businesses large and small are taking the inordinate hit for the rest of society to reduce the impact of the COVID-19 virus. We primarily look at property insurance policies. This is
Employee’s Rights During the COVID-19 Pandemic Written by Brian Kabateck April 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has forced millions of Americans to shelter-at-home as the number of those infected reaches nearly 375,000 in the U.S. and 1.4 million confirmed cases worldwide. Governor Gavin Newson ordered all individuals living in the State
Gig Workers Lack Protections in Age of Coronavirus By Brian S. Kabateck The coronavirus has upended the way Americans are going to work and sadly It took a public health crisis for gig workers to recognize how much power and protections they lack. A growing number of white-collar companies are
By Brian S. Kabateck The presidential election in November 2020 will be one of the most pivotal when it comes to disability policies and long-term disability insurance. A quarter of the nation’s adult population is living with some type of disability, so this is a critical issue. The Trump Administration