River Twice Restaurant and Chop's Restaurant Are Lead Cases In Petition Seeking Multi-District Coordination

published 27.07.2020 18:17

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PHILADELPHIA, July 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- While argument is scheduled to be heard on July 30, 2020, before the Panel for Multi-District Litigation, Richard M. Golomb, Esquire, with co-counsel from Levin, Sedran & Berman and Beasley Allen, have today filed their opposition to Admiral Insurance Company's Motion to Dismiss in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania before The Honorable Timothy S. Savage.

The defending insurance company – Admiral Insurance – filed a motion to have the lead cases dismissed according to attorney Richard M. Golomb, who is acting as counsel for both plaintiffs.

He is joined by Attorney Arnold Levin of Levin, Sedran & Berman and Dee Miles from Beasley Allen in filing opposition against the motion to dismiss.

However, Attorney Golomb and his legal team have argued that Covid-19 did not shut down the businesses but rather government orders did.

"Civil authority provisions found routinely in these policies demand coverage," Attorney Golomb was quoted as saying.

by Richard M. Golomb from prnewswire.com

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