Business interruption test case judgement will not be the ‘final word’

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Law firm partner says that there will be an ‘inevitable appeal’ following the delivery of the FCA’s test case verdict tomorrow and that early 2021 may be a more realistic timeline for the concluding decision

An appeal on the judgement delivered for the test case on non-damage business interruption (BI) policy wordings and their interpretation for Covid-19-related claims tomorrow is “inevitable” – Plexus Law partner Andrew Crocombe thinks that early 2021 is the more likely deadline for a “final word” on the matter, once the Supreme Court has weighed in.

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