Drew Eckl Farnham
COVID-19 Legal Updates

Partner Melody Kiella will be participating in "Navigating Uncertainty Together: Practical Strategies for Cultivating Resilience in 2020 & Beyond"

October 20, 2020 BY Posted by: Administration | General Firm

Partner Melody Kiella will be participating in "Navigating Uncertainty Together: Practical Strategies for Cultivating Resilience in 2020 & Beyond" with Stacey Dougan. ... Continue Reading

NEW COVID-19 RULING: FIRST GEORGIA RULING ON BUSINESS INCOME LOSS RELATED TO COVID-19

October 07, 2020 BY Karen Karabinos | General Firm

On October 6, 2020, a Georgia Federal Court issued the state's first ruling addressing insureds' business interruption claims related to COVID-19. Judge Thomas W. Thrash with the Northern District granted Allied Insurance Company's motion to dismiss and denied plaintiffs' motion to certify questions of law to the Georgia Supreme Court. The case is Henry's Louisiana Grill, Inc. v. Allied Insurance Company of America, 1:20-cv-02939 (N.D. Ga. 10/6/20). ... Continue Reading

Jeff Ward Quoted in Plaintiffs and Defense Bars Unite for Courthouse Mask Fundraiser by the Daily Report

October 01, 2020 BY Anonymous | General Firm

Plaintiffs and Defense Bars Unite for Courthouse Mask Fundraiser discusses how Georgia Defense Lawyers Association and Georgia Trial Lawyers Association have partnered together for a fundraiser to ease the process of reopening the courts. President of GDLA, Jeff Ward explained that Funds raised through Mask Up for Justice! will be allocated towards providing masks and other PPE of those who will be using the courthouse, including jurors, courthouse employees and lawyers. ... Continue Reading

Partner Karen Karabinos Quoted in the AJC

August 24, 2020 BY Anonymous | General Firm

Karen Karabinos was quoted in Georgia Businesses Hope Lawsuits Will Trigger COVID Insurance Coverage, an article in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The article discusses the push from business owners who are attempting to collect pandemic related losses by filing property damage insurance claims. Karen cited Georgia's Case Law, as to why these filings aren't valid in Georgia. ... Continue Reading

IADC Features an Article by Karen Karabinos and Eric Mull

August 14, 2020 BY Anonymous | General Firm

Partners Karen Karabinos and Eric Mull were featured the August edition of the IADC Committee Newsletter. Karen and Eric provide guidance on how insurance company can prepare and possibly avoid bad faith claims being filed against them in COVID-19 related first party property lawsuits. ... Continue Reading

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